Deception Island

Deception Island Deception Island may be just a tiny speck in the ocean but it's surprisingly rich in history. We uncover a tale of ghosts, volcanic eruptions and imperial power plays.
"It's a haunting place where tendrils of steam rise from the active volcano beneath the sea", describes journalist Paul Willis. Settled by Europeans as a whaling station in the 19th Century it has been fought over ever since.

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