What Sank the Edmund Fitzgerald? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


What Sank the Edmund Fitzgerald?

In November or 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald, the largest cargo ship on the Great Lakes, sailed alongside another ship, the Arthur M. Anderson, across the stormy Lake Superior in route to Detroit from Superior, Wisconsin. When a storm kicked up, the two ships, laden with iron ore, became separated.

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