Ghost ship full of cannibal rats could be about to crash into Devon coast
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The abandoned Lyubov Orlova has been missing since it cut adrift while being towed from Canada nearly a year ago.
The 40-year-old liner has been driven across the Atlantic by high winds and is thought close to the UK shore.
Based on emergency beacons activated last year aboard the ship, it is feared the 40-year-old Yugoslavian liner registered to Russia could crash into the shore of Devon, Cornwall, Ireland or Scotland.
Those searching for the ship say there are likely to be thousands of disease-ridden rats on board with no source of food except each other, according to The Sun.
Belgian-based searcher Pim de Rhoodes said: "She is floating around there somewhere. There will be a lot of rats and they eat each other."