Ffive bodies and two human heads were found in the wreckage of a boat that landed on Sado Island in Japan on Friday, reports to BBC.
Authorities believe the vessel has been drifting with the bodies for a long time.
“Ghost boats” have become common on the Japanese coasts, suspected to all come from North Korea for a number of reasons: exposure to the cold and hunger of fishermen during the Winter; fishermen risking sailing farther in search of fish, affect the country; deserters or spies fleeing Kim’s repressive regime Jong-un.
In 2017, for example, nearly 100 boats landed in Japan, some empty, some with bodies [a imagem acima, de um “barco fantasma”, foi captada em 2012, na ilha de Sado]. The tension between the two countries makes investigations on these vessels complicated.