Shipwreck hunters in northern Lake Michigan had a big month last month, according to yesterday's Detroit Free Press.
Thaddius Bedford, of Mayfield, Michigan, was among those who located three (possibly four) shipwrecks in the lake's chilly depths. Bedford and his colleagues had actually found a couple of the wrecks years ago, but decided that now was the time to make their finds public.
One is the Redfern, a wooden schooner that was built in the 1890s and went down in 1937 while carrying a load of wood. She lies well below the surface, in about three hundred feet of water.
Another is a far more recent wreck, the tug Lauren Castle, which went down in 1980.
You can read more about these exciting finds in the Detroit Free Press by clicking here.
To view the story (along with some interesting underwater video) on shipwreckworld.com, click here.