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November 09, 2010

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Charlie

Thanks for posting this.

I think about this mysterious tragedy when the fierce November storms blow through the area. Has it really been 35-years since this ship went down?

Charlie

Dominique King

Charlie-Hard to believe, isn't it?

I'd had this post in mind to write ever since we went to Dossin earlier this year, and I realized it was the 35th.

Ken Stoker

Wow! This is a very nice website! Thank You for your kind words on my Arthur M. Anderson video! Catching the Anderson was the highlight of this particular trip to the Twin Ports region!

Have you ever seen this Edmund Fitzgerald timeline before? She had a very rough life! Here is the link!
http://www.ssedmundfitzgerald.com/timeline.html

Dominique King

Ken-Thanks so much for stopping by!
I really did love your video, and I loved seeing such recent footage of the Arthur M. Anderson in such fine shape and still sailing.
Thanks so much for the link to the timeline. I've seen bits and pieces of it elsewhere, but I don't think I've seen such a complete account of the radio conversations from the day of the wreck. And I certainly never heard the part about the sailor aboard the Anderson who did his last will and testament! It really makes you understand the conditions that still existed that night as they looked for the Fitzgerald.

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