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Long before Costa Concordia I read some articles about people mysteriously vanishing off of ships. Whether drunk and fallen overboard or something more sinister (right down to Flightplan style "we have no record of this passenger") people have been vanishing from cruise ships in their droves. From my memory I believe most were blamed on suicides but many family members are refusing to accept this explanation. Some think maybe a serial killer or killers are aboard. Whatever, it remains a baffling maritime mystery:

http://abcnews.go.com/US/vanished-sea-baffling-cruise-ship-missing-persons-cases/story?id=15380865#.Ty0VYIEWljs

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Long before Costa Concordia I read some articles about people mysteriously vanishing off of ships. Whether drunk and fallen overboard or something more sinister (right down to Flightplan style "we have no record of this passenger") people have been vanishing from cruise ships in their droves. From my memory I believe most were blamed on suicides but many family members are refusing to accept this explanation. Some think maybe a serial killer or killers are aboard. Whatever, it remains a baffling maritime mystery:

http://abcnews.go.com/US/vanished-sea-baffling-cruise-ship-missing-persons-cases/story?id=15380865#.Ty0VYIEWljs

A lot of those cases don't sound too baffling. Blood found in a cabin then the person goes missing... hmmm. A loud noise in the suite of two newly-weds and the next day the husband is missing. A supervisor who doesn't report a missing person for over a week and gives the missing person's clothes to charity <strokes chin>, hmmmm.......

Easy way to dispose of a body if you murder someone.

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The strange death of Rudolf Diesel:

On the twenty-ninth of September, 1913, the man who changed global commerce forever, Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel, boarded the mail steamer S.S. Dresden. Its destination was Harwich, England; Diesel's final destination, however, was oblivion.

The man whose name has passed the lips of billions of people met with a strange end that still remains a mystery to this day. His mysterious disappearance and puzzling death rivals that of the classic whodunits.

http://www.helium.com/items/1651841-the-strange-death-of-rudolf-diesel

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The strange death of Rudolf Diesel:

On the twenty-ninth of September, 1913, the man who changed global commerce forever, Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel, boarded the mail steamer S.S. Dresden. Its destination was Harwich, England; Diesel's final destination, however, was oblivion.

The man whose name has passed the lips of billions of people met with a strange end that still remains a mystery to this day. His mysterious disappearance and puzzling death rivals that of the classic whodunits.

http://www.helium.com/items/1651841-the-strange-death-of-rudolf-diesel

I have not read it... but does it involve a black bin liner, an orange and a rope around your...

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