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February 12, 2023
WTF: A Galveston Boat Captain Allegedly Held Onto Human Remains He Was Supposed to Spread at Sea
There are weird stories, and then there are stories that make you question everything you've ever believed about humanity as a whole. This one's definitely the latter.
Kenney was a contract captain for the vessels "Island Girl" and "Hootie Who" for Galveston Deep Sea Fishing Charters and Aqua Charters. He was the only primary captain until his abrupt resignation in September of last year.
The charters frequently work with families to disperse the remains of loved ones at sea. Court documents said about 95-98% of the ceremonies are done with the families and loved ones onboard. The other ceremonies were done by Kenney alone, typically during a chartered fishing trip.
After Kenney's resignation, three containers of remains were discovered.
In October of last year, the owner of one of the boats got a call from Integrity Funeral Care about remains that were discovered in a Jamaica beach home. But court documents reveal the remains were actually originally found in the garage of a former deckhand of Kenney's.
Less than a week later, the boat owner discovered two more containers of remains. One of the containers had been given to Kenney in late 2021 or early 2022. So he held onto them for over a year. Oh.
\u201cA former boat captain for a Galveston fishing charter was arrested after he allegedly failed to scatter the ashes of at least three people at sea. https://t.co/9yzX6x9Ogo\u201d— KSAT 12 (@KSAT 12) 1676163606
Hopefully, Kenney just got lazy and didn't want to take the solo trips to disperse the ashes, eventually forgetting he even had them. Or he could have a weird fetish for the remains of deceased strangers. Which would be markedly more concerning. Then again, it is Galveston. So anything's possible, really.