Asian Diver (English) - - Contents -

While a lot of the wrecks at Truk sit in deep wa­ter, mak­ing a de­gree of nar­co­sis some­thing of the norm while div­ing them, there is surely much we don’t yet un­der­stand about the world of the para­nor­mal…

ASIA’S BIG­GEST SHIP GRAVE­YARD is known as the fa­mous “Ghost Fleet of Truk La­goon” – it’s not only a ship­wreck par­adise, but is also well-known as a place of spooky, sub-marine go­ings on.

Around 60 ships and 300 air­planes were con­signed to the depths dur­ing Oper­a­tion Hail­storm, with around 3,000 peo­ple also per­ish­ing in the at­tack. But it seems that they are mak­ing their pres­ence felt from the be­yond in this wa­tery grave…

The most re­ports of para­nor­mal ac­tiv­ity come from the Fujikawa Maru in­clud­ing the eerie sounds of en­gines start­ing. Some say, how­ever, that the Hoki Maru is the most haunted wreck with divers reg­u­larly re­port­ing the sounds of en­gines turn­ing over, start­ing up and idling, de­spite their be­ing no boats on the sur­face. Grind­ing, en­gine-like noises are also re­ported as em­a­nat­ing from the en­gine room of the Fuji Kawa­maru, and a strange hu­man voice has even been recorded un­der­wa­ter by a TV pro­duc­tion com­pany on a mis­sion to in­ves­ti­gate th­ese bizarre and oth­er­worldly anec­dotes.

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