GONE: The Greatest Shipwreck Mystery on the Great Lakes Book

$17.95

Maritime historian and author, Fred Stonehouse, writes of the baffling mystery related to the sinking of the World War One French Naval minesweepers  Inkermann and Cerisoles.  A total of 78 French sailors and two Great Lakes pilots met their end when the vessels went down somewhere in Lake Superior during a southerly gale.

10 in stock

Description

A number of ships have “gone missing” on the Great Lakes. Bannockburn, Lambton, Sunbeam, and Griffon are only some of the lost fleet lurking deep in the dark and icy depths of the Inland Seas.

In the author’s opinion the most inexplicable losses are the French Navy minesweepers Inkermann and Cerisoles.  A total of 78 French sailors and two Great Lakes pilots met their end when the vessels went down somewhere in Lake Superior during a southerly gale during World War One.

Additional information

Weight 1.0 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 9 x 1.5 in