The Andromeda began cruising ten years ago and has happily hosted many getaways and family vacations ever since. To say that they have not had their share of adventures (or misadventure, depending on how one looks at it) would be an understatement, however.
The first strange thing about Andromeda, however, is that it has no fixed port. It appears and people disembark; then a whole new group of people purchase their tickets and head out on another cruise to "wherever the wind blows." This leads to much confusion among those who study these kind of things, but the owner of Andromeda's cruise line doesn't worry about it—why should you?
Strange tales began to circulate among people online. Discussions created about the odd behavior of Andromeda's passengers post-voyage. They all were changed; some plagued with incessant nightmares, obscene hallucinations, and sometimes—though more rarely—suicide. When questioned, the passengers would become so overwhelmed they could not speak. It effected everyone from the very old to the very young.
The most recent voyage the Andromeda had taken had been its strangest. They sailed out from Boston and took an extremely short journey up to Maine—but when Maine's port crew came to inspect the ship, they found it completely empty say for the ship's crew. When questioned about their thousands of guests, the crew simply showed them their guest list. It was completely empty.
No records were ever shown of the guests who had taken that voyage from Boston to Maine. Some people happily accepted the fact that people hadn't even been aboard for that trip but others were bothered by it. They had a good reason to be bothered—even disturbed—by it, however, for on Andromeda's deck there'd been a large message scrawled out in black paint: