A ‘ghost ship’ containing the skeletons of 8 people washed up in Japan — and authorities think it’s from North Korea

Map showing the proximity between Akita prefecture, Sado, and North Korea. Google Maps/Business Insider Last week, Japanese police also found eight men who claimed to be North Korean fishermen in Yurihonjo, a nearby city in Akita prefecture, 50 miles from Oga.
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