Ships From 1899 Storm Resurfacing Thanks To Michael Storm Surge

It's true: Hurricane Michael may have left untold devastation in Florida's Panhandle earlier this month, but it's also helping to turn up evidence of a much earlier destructive storm.  

Ships that were grounded on Franklin County's Dog Island during the 1899 Carrabelle Hurricane have resurfaced following Michael's storm surge.  

It's not certain how many have now been revealed on the barrier island but several are clearly visible.


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