Sea bound mysteries are always a good place to look, as there are so many secrets associated with the sea. Here is just one of them from the folks over at Listverse.
Manfred Fritz Bajorat
A battered yacht found by local Filipino fisherman had nobody piloting it—but its single crew wasn’t missing. In fact, the body of the German sailor Manfred Fritz Bajorat was found within, slumped on his desk reaching for the radio, after a heart attack took his life. Even stranger, his entire body had appeared to be mummified.
He went missing from 2009 to 2016, so people believed he had been dead for several years, which would easily explain why he went missing. The actual mummification was predicted to be due to the dry salty air and would have taken a few weeks to start.
Then the autopsy came in with some shocking news: Manfred had died from his heart attack just a week previously. The reasons Manfred went dark for so long, and how his body mummified so quickly, is unknown.
Seems to me there are more mysteries here than just the one. Way too many strange questions seem to linger, ya know?
Coffee out on the patio this morning!