Explored the Victim of the Great Storm of 1913

In November of 1913, the worst storm to ever strike the Great Lakes claimed numerous ships and hundreds of sailors.  In Lake Huron, eight large steel ships were lost with all hands during a 16-hour period. In September 2002 the Canadian steamer Wexford was discovered in lower Lake Huron.  Out of the Blue Productions will tell the tale of that terrible storm and take you underwater to view the Wexford as she lies today. The DVD also includes an interview from Don Chalmers recalling the day he found her and a musical tribute to the Wexford by Dan Hall.


Wexford ...A Victim

of the Great Storm of 1913

$14.95 DVD
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