Mysterious deaths aboard a ship in Juneau, Alaska are increasing

Harris Marley

Global Courant

Three people in Juneau, Alaska, have been found dead over the course of three days aboard a ship anchored off the coast, police said Saturday.

Juneau police said a 34-year-old woman reported Wednesday that she found her 51-year-old boyfriend dead aboard the Dusky Rock. His body was sent to Anchorage for an autopsy.

Two days later, police received a report of another death on the ship, which was still anchored offshore in Savikko Park, locally called Sandy Beach.

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Responding authorities found two dead women on board, including the 34-year-old who had reported her girlfriend dead days earlier. The other woman was 28. Both women were residents of Juneau. Their bodies were also sent to Anchorage for autopsies.

There was no one else on the boat. Firefighters checked for noxious fumes but found none. They towed the ship to Aurora Harbor.

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Police said the use of controlled substances may have contributed to the death.

Mysterious deaths aboard a ship in Juneau, Alaska are increasing

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