Bluebelle: The Last Voyage by Hana Walker-Brown published on 2017-07-07T19:05:14Z November 13, 1961; In the middle of the broad and deep Northwest Providence Channel in the Bahamas, the lookout out on the Puerto Rico-bound oil tanker Gulf Lion spots a strange sight: a small, wooden dinghy, its sailed furled, with a life raft tied to it. The ship draws nearer, and those on board can see a man and something else, something they can't quite make out, in the life raft. The man calls out "My name is Julian Harvey. I am master of the ketch Bluebelle. I have a dead baby here! I think her name is Terry Jo Duperrault." This is the first inkling the the world will have of the fate of the Bluebelle and the disappearance of five members of the Dupperault family. Music: "Falling Things”, "We Sleep You Bloom”, "Huge (The Joy of Trouble)”, “A Hymn to Sulphur” Performed by Fovea Hex Written by Clodagh Simonds Published by Mute Song Limited Used by kind permission What transpires is nothing short of remarkable.