When the Barbados coastguard boarded a white ghost ship that washed up the shores of the island, they made a gruesome find: 11 petrified corpses of young men, huddled in piles in the small cabin. They also find a mysterious note:
"I would like to send to my family in Bassada [a town in the interior of Senegal] a sum of money. Please excuse me and goodbye. This is the end of my life in this big Moroccan sea," the note said, according to a Barbados paper, the Daily Nation. Relatives of those aboard have been contacting the Barbadian authorities from as far afield as Senegal, Spain and Portugal. They have added pieces to the puzzle - based on telephone calls with relatives before they boarded, and with people who stayed in contact with the boat during the first stage of the voyage.
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