Every time I go on the William A. Irvin and stay the night, something new is discovered, some new story comes along to remind me how many people have seen or heard something that scares them or confirms the fact that the ship is haunted.
Bob Abrahamson came on the show to talk about the Mataafa, a boat that met a terrible fate right in the canal area. A captain who made a decision he would regret, and a storm that blew several ships to run aground or sink in the early 1900's.
Duluth Paranormal is going to investigate the William A. Irvin October 4th. Thanks to the DECC who has invited the staff to return and investigate. This time the group will be filming their experience for a webcast as well as trying new equipment. There is one other new thing.
The largest ship in the fleet that sails the Great Lakes ran aground Saturday afternoon off Bayfront Park in Duluth. The ship, which measures in at 1,013.5 feet, ran aground around 4 pm, giving folks at Bayfront an unexpected, up close look at the freighter.
The 453 foot Antigua ship "Diana" was destined to be the first "saltie" to enter the Duluth Harbor for the 2014 shipping season. Her entry, like much of the shipping season, has been delayed due to ice.
While searching for long-lost champagne, deep sea explorers have found what some think might be a UFO. Back in 1997, a Swedish group discovered a wreckage with ancient champagne. The Swedish team, called the Ocean Explorer team, discovered the wreckage of a trade ship called the Jonkoping in 1997, …