by M.P. Pellicer | Stranger Than Fiction Stories
Shipwrecks and treasure have inspired adventurers through the years. Whether it's the hunt or the hunger for riches, it's an obsession that can last a lifetime. Some ships have been found, others not, however they all share an air of mystery that haunts the imagination.
By M.P. Pellicer | Eerie.News
In a foreshadowing of things to come, in early March 1918, it was reported by the Navy that Willie J. Nettles, coxswain on the U.S.S. Cyclops was drowned on February 10, when he was swept overboard. His body was never recovered from the waters off Brazil.
Discovery of Ship "Endurance" Coincides with the 100 Year Anniversary of Sir Shackleton's Burial
By M.P. Pellicer (Eerie.News)
The Endurance was found four miles from where her captain, Frank Worsely reported her going down in 1915. It wasn't only the loss of the ship, which made this endeavor so famous, but the tribulations the crew had to endure in order to reach safety.
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