Well, this is spooky. An abandoned and possibly toxic cruise ship, lost somewhere in the North Atlantic, seems to have vanished from the high seas.
The Russian-made Lyubov Orlova left Canada bound for a scrapyard in the Dominican Republic on Jan. 23, according to the Agence France-Presse. After only one day, however, a cable snapped, leaving the ship adrift. The so-called "ghost ship" was located briefly in February as it floated aimlessly about 500 miles off the coast of Ireland. Then, in March, the Canadian Coast Guard reported that one of the ship's emergency radio beacons, which activate after hitting the water or another object,flashed a location almost 800 miles off Newfoundland, according to the Vancouver Sun.
With no further sightings, some speculate that the ship has sunk.