IF the ill-fated Titanic is forever linked with disaster, the Marie Celeste
has become a byword for unexplained desertion.
It begins with an elderly Galileo lamenting the death of his daughter, Marie Celeste
, and worrying that he had dedicated his life to the wrong priorities.
Local bingo halls and old folks' homes resembled the Marie Celeste
It tells the story of Sister Marie Celeste
, the illegitimate daughter and favorite correspondent and confidante of the convicted heretic and genius who came to be known as the father of modern science.
There is plenty, of interest in some hoary old riddles: who killed the princes in the Tower, who shot JFK, what happened on the Marie Celeste
, where is Alexander the Great buried, who was `Deep Throat', did the biblical Exodus really happen?
carmel (residence), Marie Celeste
wasn't quite sure what Wales was like but she got the purple of the hills just right.
The mystery of a miniature Marie Celeste
was solved at Southport when Liverpool chemist Mr John Gleeson revealed that he was the owner.
Gabriel Byrne and his salvage crew are out of their depth after finding a modern-day Marie Celeste
This night was never about Wales mounting some crazy Euro 2012 qualification comeback, akin to Lazarus sailing the Marie Celeste
back from Atlantis.
Others linger on like ghosts from the Marie Celeste
, haunting half-empty galleries and media 'salons'.
THERE are many great mysteries the world over, from the Bermuda Triangle to the Marie Celeste
but one that continually perplexes me is why more UK car buyers don't buy Alfa Romeos.
There is still a searchable archive but you feel just like those blokes who boarded the Marie Celeste
The Marie Celeste
appearance of the pub was in stark contrast to the party atmosphere the night before.
Giuliani, two icons by Carmelite Sister of the Most Sacred Heart Marie Celeste
, two by Jesuit Fr.
At present the most suitable name would be Marie Celeste