The Un-Jolly Cargo of the Herbert Fuller
On July 21, 1896, a ship named the Herbert Fuller was 6 miles from Devil’s Island in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada flying the black flag of distress. Behind them, they were towing the ship’s jolly boat with unusual cargo. In the boat were the bodies of the captain, his wife, and the second-mate, all murdered by an unknown person while out at sea.
There were only 9 other people on board. One of them was the murderer but the question was which one?
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Hosted and edited by Lars Hacking
Written and researched by Charlie Worroll
Music by Marc Walloch
Cover art by Lars Hacking