Russian ghost liner with carnivorous rats washed ashore

Russian ghost liner with carnivorous rats washed ashore in the USAA photo from open sources

Russian ghost ship, as it is called popular English-speaking tabloids found off the coast of the United States. Western journalists write that we are talking about the remains of a double-decker cruise ship “Lyubov Orlova”, built in 1976 The Soviet Union in Yugoslavia.

In January 2013, the ship was sent for scrap from Canada to Dominican Republic, however, en route to a tugboat pulling it the cable broke and Love Orlova went into a drift. Any attempts again to take the liner into tow were unsuccessful, and therefore its just left in the open sea. Since then, the Soviet ghost ship without identification lights and a crew plowed on its own Atlantic ocean however now his rebellious journey judging everything is over.

I must say that foreign media employees present this the news is like a true horror story. According to them, the ship teeming with tens of thousands of cannibal rats that all were forced to it’s time to eat each other to survive. Carnivorous rodents, they may be infected with any disease, and before Americans now have the task of killing all potential distributors of infection. Also rat cannibals (if they are there really is) are subject to destruction also for the reason that, having tasted the flesh of their congeners, they will no longer eat plant foods and can even attack humans. Especially since these are some monsters, some just gigantic. Newspapers, pumping sensational tremors, agreed to the point that some of these creepy rodents may well have already reached to the shore – and now they say wait for any terrible consequences …

True, there were also journalists in the West who suggested that this is not Lyubov Orlova, but an old American tanker, lost in the ocean over 30 years ago. And if this is a US ship, then no there are no rat-cannibals, no infection, no other mystical horrors. As for the Russian cruise ship, then, in their opinion, long sank. Or still drifting across the ocean …

US rats

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