From the UK to Random Island. Has a 130-year old mystery been solved?

From the UK to Random Island. Has a 130-year old mystery been solved?

Three families, one from the UK, one from the United States, and one from the former community of Deer Harbour, Random Island, will come together this month in Newfoundland  to commemorate a seafaring tragedy from the 19th century. 130 years ago, a British warship patrolling off Catalina discovered a merchant sailing ship from Wales, abandoned in fair weather, seaworthy but with no sign of captain or crew. No trace of them was ever found, and the story became known as the Welsh 'Marie Celeste' like the famous ghost ship. UK-based writer Will Wain is the great-grandson of the captain of the ship, Resolven, who has been trying to solve the mystery for many years. He was recently contacted by a lady in Alberta who told him of an amazing discovery. Will says. 'This lady told me that her grandfather and his brother were from Deer Harbour, Random Island, and they had found a body in a merchant navy officer's uniform on a remote...
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