Cannibal Rat Ship Getting Ready Crash Into United Kingdom

Ghost ship full of cannibal rats could be about to crash into Devon coast

Somewhere in the UK – According to the Plymouth Harold, there is a ghost ship at sea that has coastal residents of the United Kingdom getting ready for a rat epidemic.  Local reports have figured out some of the history behind this creepy ship.  This vessel is a 40-year-old Russian Cruise Ship that can hold up to 100 passengers.  The Cruise Ship sailed its last regular trip in 2010 when it was impounded by Canada due to debt issues with the ship’s owner.  Then after sitting idle for over two years, in an attempt to cash in on the valuable scrap, the Dominican Republic decided to tow the ship away to an unknown location.  At that time it was reported that the ship was carrying thousands of rats.  During this tow the Russian Cruise Ship decided to take one last trip across the Atlantic Ocean.  It’s clear that the Dominican Republic was unsuccessful in the tow and it doesn’t seem that there was any kind of recovery effort for the ship after it broke free.  It has been nearly two years since the Russian Cruise Ship broke free and experts believed she sank.  Then just today this article was posted in the UK.  It’s still unknown if these passenger rats have survived all this time with no food source but rats are known to eat each other.  You can imagine what it would be like to board that kind of cannibalism and hunger going on.  Who knows where the ghost ship will dock, but I would be willing to bet the UK wants nothing to do with that nightmare.

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