Jumat, 08 Maret 2013

The Flying Dutchman, Ghost Ship Most Popular Stories

The Flying Dutchman, Ghost Ship Most Popular Stories

Ever heard of The Flying Dutchman? This is an urban legend, a story of a ghost ship that may be the most popular. Moreover, his name is often referred to and used in a variety of films.

According sakibul saga, The Flying Dutchman is a ghost ship that can never be anchored, but have sailed the seven seas forever. Flying Dutchman is always visible from a distance, sometimes illuminated by spotlights dim light.

Many versions of this story. According to some sources, this legend came from the Netherlands, while the other was to claim that it came from England play The Flying Dutchman (1826) by Edward Fitzball and the novel The Phantom Ship (1837) by Frederick Marryat, later adapted into Dutch story Het Vliegend SCHIP (The Flying Ship) by the Dutch priest AHC Rmer.

Other versions include the opera by Richard Wagner (1841) and The Flying Dutchman on Tappan Sea by Washington Irving (1855).

Some reliable sources said that in the 17th century a Dutch captain named Bernard Fokke (another version called the captain Ramhout Van Dam or Van der Decken) sailed the seas from Holland to Java with incredible speed.

He was suspected asking for help to reach the speed demon said. But in the middle of the voyage to Cape of God Hope sudden bad weather, so the shaky ship. Then a crew requested that the cruise stopped.

But the captain did not want to, then he said I vowed never to step back and will continue through the storm to reach the destination city, or he and all the crew members will be damned forever.

Suddenly the storm hit the ship so that they lose against nature. And cursed the captain with the ship's boy being body alive and sail the seven seas for eternity.

That said, the ship was condemned to sail the seven oceans until the end of time. then the story was spread very rapidly throughout the world.

Other sources also mentioned the emergence of malignancies among the crew that they are not allowed to dock anywhere dipelabuhan.

Since then, the ship and its crew doomed to always sail, never docked / pull. According to some versions, this happened in 1641, the others guess in 1680 or 1729.

For many centuries, the legend of The Flying Dutchman is an inspiration of the poet and novelist. Edward Fitzball since 1826 has written a novel The Pantom Ship (1837) were removed from the experience of meeting with this spooky vessel.
Many famous poets such as Washington Irving and Sir Walter Scott are also interested in lifting legend.

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Many witnesses who claimed to have seen this ghost ship. In 1939 the ship was seen in Mulkzenberg. In 1941 a group of people on the beach watching the ship sail Glencairn who suddenly disappears when it will run against a rock.
Sightings of The Flying Dutchman was again seen by the crew of a military ship Jubilee MHS near Cape Town in August 1942.

There is even an account of Christopher Columbus voyage, while Columbus's crew spotted a ship floating hang the screen expands. After seeing it, the crew was killed instantly.

Myth lately also tells if a modern ship saw a ghost ship and a modern crew gave the signal, the modern ship will sink / woe.

For a sailor, an unexpected encounter with a ghost ship, The Flying Dutchman will bring harm to them.

Some reports sightings of The Flying Dutchman who had documented:

1823: Captain Oweb, HMS Leven tells has twice seen an empty vessel tossed blindly amid the ocean from a distance, but in a moment the ship then disappeared.

1835: Narrated in that year, a British-flagged ship besieged by a storm in the middle of the ocean, was visited by an alien ship that is touted as the ghost ship The Flying Dutchman, and then suddenly a foreign vessel approached and seemed to want to hit the ship them, but strangely before the two foreign ships collide then vanished.

1881: Three children aboard HMS Bacchante including King George V had seen sebuat unmanned ships that sail their boats against the current. The next day, they encountered one rather than die in a terrible state.

1879: Son of the SS Pretoria also claimed to have seen the ghost ship.

1939: This looks at Mulkzenberg ship, several people who witnessed the battered ship kerana surprised suddenly disappeared.

1941: Glencairn shore Witnesses reported an obsolete ship that hit rocks and fragmented, but after an investigation at the scene, there was no sign of the wreck.

1942: Four witnesses had seen an empty vessel into the waters of Table Bay and then menghilang.Seorang employee has documented these findings in his diary.

1942: Sightings The Flying Dutchman was again seen by the crew of a military ship Jubilee MHS near Cape Town in August 1942.

1959: The crew of the ship Straat Magelhaen again reported seeing a mysterious ship adrift amid a sea of ​​empty telescope.

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That said, there is a way to circumvent the possibility of passing the ghost ship. How to put a horseshoe on the ship mast as protection.

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