The most famous ghost ship of all time was brought to the public’s attention with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1884 story, The Mystery of the Marie Celeste.
The ship was discovered off the coast of Portugal in 1872, completely devoid of captain or crew.
None of the cargo was missing and there were no signs of violence aboard; and though the lifeboat was missing, where did they all go?
The captain had brought his wife and child on board, and not a trace of any person was ever found. Ever since, the ship was considered to be cursed by many sailors who avoided it like the plague. The ship itself was wrecked off the coast of Haiti and only discovered anew in 2001.
This was in my psychology book. I thought it might be useful to those who can’t think if gender-neutral terms.
-whimper- Guys…. I was looking through the first volume again. This suddenly makes more sense after the new retrace. Fuck this shit
Pokémon religious beliefs and creation stories
The Black Winged Chains
You know, one thing that I really appreciate about Pandora Hearts is the fact that we have a large cast of characters, of varying ages, who are all given some level of background and character development. It isn’t just another anime/manga series where the main cast are pre-teens or teens. We have an age range that goes from very young children (Lily, Phillip) to the elderly (Sheryl, Rufus, etc.).
This really allows for more reliability and allows a person to grow with the series (more so than the usual shounen aimed series).
Did you mean electric peanuts?
Assassin’s Creed meme - five outfits (1/5) ↬ Ezio’s outfit from Brotherhood
The hood hides many faces, but will tell of only one tale.
Kevin Regnard - The Red-Eyed Ghost
Volume 1 - 9 of Pandora Hearts
Volume 10 - 19 of Pandora Hearts