To search for the ship used sonar. The researchers indicated that the ship, built in 1888, has remained almost intact.
On lake superior in Minnesota, the searchers discovered the ship Hudson, which sank in 1901 and the locals called “the Ghost ship”. This was reported by the local edition of the MRP News.
It is noted that the ship found in mid-summer at a depth of 250 meters, but it has become known only now.
A ship with a cargo of flax and wheat, departed the port of Duluth 15 Sep 1901, and then was caught in a severe storm and vanished.
The caretaker located in the area of the lighthouse told the next day that saw the collapse of the “unidentified” vessel, however, other evidence of the disaster was not found.
Later, local fishermen discovered some debris that belonged to the Hudson, as well as the bodies of several crew members. the exact crash site and the fate of the remaining sailors was unknown.
In subsequent decades among local residents there were rumors that the ship floats on the lake as a “Ghost ship”.