The Mary Celeste (last ship’s log dated November 25, 1872)
Ghost ships weren’t uncommon in those days, but once Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a fictionalized version of its story, the Mary Celeste became famous.
The inconclusive nature of the hearings fostered continued speculation as to the nature of the mystery, and the story has repeatedly been complicated by false detail and fantasy. Hypotheses that have been advanced include the effects on the crew of alcohol fumes rising from the cargo, submarine earthquakes, waterspouts, attack by a giant squid, and paranormal intervention.Wikipedia
So you can imagine my surprise to find a short YouTube video about the ship on Cash Peters’ account.
Since I have no opinions on the matter, I thought maybe I should look at the event chart.
I’ve chosen the timing of the final entry in the ship’s log for this chart. There are two inconjuncts.
Venus Inconjunct Neptune
This aspect means that your attitudes about love and affection are very idealistic, as will become clearer later in life. You are willing to serve, help and assist those you love, but you may honestly feel that you don’t deserve to be loved unless you are forced to serve your loved one in some way. This is because you feel that loving someone requires you to make sacrifices and to deny your own needs and that love may not necessarily make you feel good and warm.
Pluto Inconjunct Ascendant
This can be an indication that through experiences with others, you will be forced to undergo many significant changes in life. At times the crises may be quite unpleasant, but for the most part the results will be very positive, although for some people, they may be less constructive. But you must be very careful about the kind of people you get involved with. Choose your friends with great care and try to find people who have a healthy outlook on life and who seem reasonably well balanced.
(These aspects imply trouble with the crew, but, whatever occurred, no one survived and the lifeboat was lost at sea.)