November 20 , 2017 – Fort Russ News –
In California, fragments of a vessel have been found, which most likely belong to the Russian vessel “Lubov Orlova.” It’s considered to be a “ghost-ship”, missing in the North Atlantic since January 2013. There are fears that the ship is inhabited by rats, which can be a source of disease. In addition, during all these years, the rats would not have eaten anything but their own.
The two-deck ship named after the actress Lyubov Orlova, in January 2013, left Canada’s St. John’s for the Dominican Republic. There, the ship was to be dismantled, since its service life exceeded 40 years. However, its tow-cable tore and vessel went into drift. It does not have identification lights, it is uncontrollable remotely, an there are no people on board.