Adnams Ghost Ship spotted on River Orwell

Adnams ghost ship

The legendary Adnams Ghost Ship has been spotted and photographed for the first time in years, sailing under the Orwell Bridge.

The mystery ship, with 15 lost souls on board, is believed to have gone upriver to spook Ipswich but was terrified by what the town had become, so fled.

Local drinker Pete Wright, said he had been to the pub on Monday night and was staggering home when he saw the extraordinary Ghost Ship sailing past, and took this exclusive photograph.

“The ghostly crew appeared to be celebrating Roger the cabin boy’s birthday. At least that’s what they were shouting, something about Roger the cabin boy.

“Adnams Ghost Ship is a fine beer and named after the legendary ghost ships that appear around the Suffolk coast.

“It was only a matter of time before one came upriver. But instead of giving Ipswich a fright, the crew must have been scared off by ghoulish locals, which isn’t surprising.”

Local paranormal expert Lorraine Fisher, 34, said: “This is the first time the Adnams Ghost Ship has been caught on camera.

“It just goes to show that sometimes great things happen after drinking six pints.”

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