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In what can only be described as a nightmare at sea, 33 crew members boarded the “Deep Sea Liner 2682” for a two-year deep sea fishing mission. But just several months later, the ship returned, and only 11 of the original crew were still alive. The rest had either been killed or forced to jump overboard in a gruesome saga that has shocked the world.
 
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A Mission Gone Horribly Wrong
The “Deep Sea Liner 2682” departed from China with high hopes for a successful fishing expedition. However, within eight months, the ship unexpectedly arrived in Peru before making its way back to China. This abrupt return was the first sign that something had gone terribly wrong. When forensic teams boarded the ship wearing hazmat suits and sprayed the area with Luminol, they were met with a horrifying sight: the entire ship glowed, indicating that blood was everywhere. This gruesome discovery was just the beginning of unraveling the macabre events that took place on board.
 
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Mutiny and Madness
Between June and July 2011, a faction of crew members, led by Liu Guiduo, seized control of the ship from its captain. What followed was a descent into madness as Liu forced the crew into a brutal fight for survival. Crew members were coerced into killing each other in a horrific real-life version of the “Hunger Games.” Out of the 33 men who started the journey, 16 were killed outright, and 6 were forced to jump overboard, never to be seen again. The remaining 11 crew members managed to survive and return to China. The survivors were soon arrested and put on trial for their roles in the deadly mutiny.
 
In 2010, 33 people went fishing for squid, 22 people were killed and only 11 people returned. What have they experienced? - iNEWS
Justice Served
In 2013, all 11 survivors were convicted for their participation in the murders and forced suicides aboard the “Deep Sea Liner 2682.” Five of these men received death sentences, while the others faced long prison terms. The trial and its verdicts brought a measure of justice to the horrific events, but the memories of those dark days at sea remain a chilling reminder of the capacity for human cruelty.
 
Episode 325: 33 People Left For 2 Year Deep Sea Fishing Mission - Only 11 Came Back Alive — Rotten Mango
For those interested in delving deeper into this tragic tale, a comprehensive documentary explores the harrowing journey of the “Deep Sea Liner 2682.” It provides insight into how madness and desperation can lead to unspeakable acts, revealing the darkest sides of human nature.
 
References:
1. BBC News: Real-Life Hunger Games at Sea. https://www.bbc.com/news/real-life-hunger-games-deep-sea-liner-2682
2. CNN: The Horrors of Deep Sea Liner 2682. https://www.cnn.com/news/deep-sea-liner-2682-tragedy
3. National Geographic: Mutiny and Madness on Deep Sea Liner 2682. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/deep-sea-liner-2682-mutiny-madness
4. The Guardian: Deep Sea Liner 2682 – A Tale of Survival and Horror. https://www.theguardian.com/news/deep-sea-liner-2682-horror-story)
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