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The clip Boat Found Part 2 from Deep Water (2006) Man: A surprise development tonight over the missing yachtsman Donald Crowhurst. Crowhurst's trimaran, "Teignmouth Electron," was found drifting and deserted. He'd been a competitor in the Round-the-World yacht race organized by "The Sunday Times." Man #2: The pale blue weather-beaten trimaran, which was a certain winner of the race, was in good condition. The mystery of his disappearance, therefore, is still inexplicable. The film and his tape recordings may provide other clues, but for the moment, this lonely yacht without her lonely captain is not giving up any of her secrets. Swinton: When the boat was brought ashore in the Caribbean, Crowhurst's press agent Rodney Hallworth was there to meet it. Hallworth: I went into the captain's cabin, and I remember saying to him that... "I don't suppose, Captain, we'll ever know the end of this saga, this riddle?" And I thought his face dropped a little and he said, "Well, I think we do, Mr. Hallworth." And he led me over to his desk, he unlocked a drawer and took out the logs. We decided there and then
5 Dec 2011
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The clip Boat Found Part 3 from Deep Water (2006) that we would never tell anybody for the rest of our lives what had happened in the last hours of Crowhurst's life. Swinton: In fact, Rodney Hallworth had already sold the logbooks to a London newspaper. And piece by piece, the truth of Donald Crowhurst's voyage was uncovered. Clare: Rodney Hallworth stumped through the front door, and while I was sort of staring in amazement he said, "Donald didn't sail around the world and he committed suicide." And I think that is the most appalling thing to do to anyone. I will never forget those words. But that was Hallworth. Hynds: No one likes to be conned. We were sharp newspapermen and he conned us. Kippered us. I felt like a kipper. Kerr: For me, it's all one regret. I never did speak to Clare again.
5 Dec 2011
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The clip Boat Found Part 3 from Deep Water (2006) that we would never tell anybody for the rest of our lives what had happened in the last hours of Crowhurst's life. Swinton: In fact, Rodney Hallworth had already sold the logbooks to a London newspaper. And piece by piece, the truth of Donald Crowhurst's voyage was uncovered. Clare: Rodney Hallworth stumped through the front door, and while I was sort of staring in amazement he said, "Donald didn't sail around the world and he committed suicide." And I think that is the most appalling thing to do to anyone. I will never forget those words. But that was Hallworth. Hynds: No one likes to be conned. We were sharp newspapermen and he conned us. Kippered us. I felt like a kipper. Kerr: For me, it's all one regret. I never did speak to Clare again.
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