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July 09, 2005

A Real Life Mystery

Today's LAT has a fascinating feature by John M. Glionna describing the case of a Californian fishing trawler that sank for unknown reasons last September with all hands aboard. Speculation is that the ship -- which was apparently undamaged when viewed on the bottom by a robotic sub -- sank when it was swamped by a rogue wave. Bizarre.

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