119-Year-Old Shipwreck Unearthed by Hurricane Michael: 'Mother Nature Has a Mind of Her Own'

Ships washed ashore more than 100 years ago on a Florida island were completely unearthed earlier this month when Hurricane Michael touched down, wreaking havoc on parts of the state, reports say.

More than a century ago, in 1899, 15 ships washed ashore on Dog Island, in Franklin County, during Carrabelle Hurricane and lay grounded on the barrier island for 119 years, according to USA Today. Now, a few of the ships are now completely visible due to Hurricane Michael’s deadly surge...


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