(via Mental Floss) On the evening of September 21, 1924, the cargo steamship SS Clifton met its end in Lake Huron while carrying a 2200-ton load of crushed stone from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin to Detroit. The vessel was likely caused to sink by a gale, and the disaster resulted in the deaths of 25 crew members. Now, more than 90 years later, the SS Clifton’s location at the bottom of the Great Lake has been confirmed.
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