Star of India, aka :Euterpe, San Diego Bay, Ca.

Investigation performed while
part of SoCalPRS

Ships History

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Built in 1863 at Ramsey Shipyard in the Isle of Man,

The Star of India was originally named Euterpe.  She had two near
disastrous sails to India, one leading to the death of her captain, who was
buried at sea.

She made 21 circumnavigations, transporting emigrants from London to New Zealand
and Australia, on which many deaths had occurred due to illness and accidents.
In 1902 she was sold to American owners and  continued sailing and
transporting fishermen until 1923. 

In 1926 she was purchased by a gentleman, Jerry MacMullen,  from San Diego-
and moved there.  Unfortunately, she sat deteriorating until 1957 when
Captain Alan Villiers noticed her.  Capt. Villiers began efforts to raise
funds
and solicited volunteers to help refurbish the ship. By 1976 she was fully restored. The Star of India now sails at least once a year,  making her the oldest active ship of any kind in the world

Evidence

More anomolies, If due to Camera Movement, why are objects moving in different patterns

Unknown anonaly in front of the Main Mast

Looking up thru main cargo hatch

 

 

 

 

CLICK THIS LINK TO SEE VIDEO OF THE CAPTAINS DOOR CLOSE ON ITS OWN.

The door was secured with a rubber/metal door stop, and we had all left the room prior to its closing.

Star of India Captains door

 

 

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO SEE AND HEAR THE EVP COMPILATION FROM THIS INVESTIGATION

Star of India EVP session 1 By Anchor room

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