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Oct 31, 2016; 11:18 PM ET Jason Asselin recorded this video of what looks to be a mysterious ship far off the coast from Marquette, Michigan.

Oct 31, 2016; 11:18 PM ET Jason Asselin recorded this video of what looks to be a mysterious ship far off the coast from Marquette, Michigan.

Munising, MI in the U.P. We vacation there every summer- I love the shipwrecks in the Great Lakes.

Munising, MI in the U.P. We vacation there every summer- I love the shipwrecks in the Great Lakes.

The S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald sank in 1975 when she ran into bad weather on Lake Superior, killing all 29 aboard. She has since rested in about 550 feet of water.

The S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald sank in 1975 when she ran into bad weather on Lake Superior, killing all 29 aboard. She has since rested in about 550 feet of water.

lake-huron-shipwreck-3  I go there every summer and I finally did some scuba diving of the shipwrecks this past summer!

lake-huron-shipwreck-3 I go there every summer and I finally did some scuba diving of the shipwrecks this past summer!

Vermillion Point, Lake Superior Michigan was the sight of a ghost town that once had an active rescue station for ships that sailed the Great Lakes.The servicemen of Vermilion Lifesaving Station performed daring rescues of shipwrecks from 1877 until 1944 when it was closed after modern navigational technology made this service obsolete. "Together is our favorite place to be" added warmth to a cold forlorn ghost town.

Vermillion Point, Lake Superior Michigan was the sight of a ghost town that once had an active rescue station for ships that sailed the Great Lakes.The servicemen of Vermilion Lifesaving Station performed daring rescues of shipwrecks from 1877 until 1944 when it was closed after modern navigational technology made this service obsolete. "Together is our favorite place to be" added warmth to a cold forlorn ghost town.

According to shipwreck historian Frederick Stonehouse, the southern shore of Lake Superior between Grand Marais, Michigan, and Whitefish Point is known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes" and more ships have been lost around the Whitefish Point area than any other part of Lake Superior. These shipwrecks are now protected by the Whitefish Point Underwater Preserve.

According to shipwreck historian Frederick Stonehouse, the southern shore of Lake Superior between Grand Marais, Michigan, and Whitefish Point is known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes" and more ships have been lost around the Whitefish Point area than any other part of Lake Superior. These shipwrecks are now protected by the Whitefish Point Underwater Preserve.

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