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Corey Phillips Founder

It takes time to edit video. The pictures in the other post are unaltered or photoshopped. I'm not a great photographer but what I like is the video has the feel you are on the dive. This isn't a wreck that all divers will visit due to location, depth, temperature, skill etc.


I spent the day today editing the video and this is what I ended up with.

Tom Founder

On 2 December 1832, the wooden schooner CAROLINE was carrying dry goods worth more than $30,000 from Oswego to Ogdensburg, New York, in a violent storm. She capsized and sank off Ducks Island on Lake Ontario with the loss of one life. Five survived in the yawl and made it to the island in 6 hours. After much suffering from the cold and snow, they were rescued by the schooner HURON. 


Tom Founder

In 1913, the schooner ROUSE SIMMONS, Captain August Schuenemann, departed Thompson Harbor (Michigan) with a load of fresh cut Christmas trees bound for Chicago. Somewhere between Kewaunee and Two Rivers, Wis., the SIMMONS was lost with all hands.