A Cruise Through History's Ghost Ships

A piece of wreckage of the ghost ship, the Carroll A. Deering, out of Bath, Maine, which floated back to Ocracoke Island after being scuttled. Bettmann / Contributor/Getty Image

There have been numerous instances of ships found adrift with no one on board. Four of those nautical mysteries are featured here, with some truly chilling details.

Topics in this Podcast: American history, U.S. history, shipwrecks, maritime history