Event of shipwreck held at Split Rock TWO HARBORS, MINE .- November 10, 43 years ago, struck a tragedy over…
TWO HARBORS, MINE .- November 10, 43 years ago, struck a tragedy over Lake Superior.
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald ship sank and took all 29 crew members
On Saturday there was the ship and the lost life honored at the Split Rock Lighthouse.
One can expect this event to be full of sadness and sadness.
But 43 years later, a mix of curiosity and wonders is mixed with sadness, because Edmund Fitzgerald’s story falls into both new and old thoughts.
“Thomas Benson, Boiler”, reads a crew member as a clock.
29 times bell tolls. Spent 29 lives.
It became a typical scene every 1
The Split Rock lighthouse and visitors’ center fail with about 2000 people here to see the lighthouse lit up, gathered to look back on the fierce day.  “We’ve been doing it for 33 years,” says Historic Site Manager, Lee Radzak. “I’m surprised at the resonance it has with people who continue to come to this event. People always remember it, and of course Gordon Lightfoot song,” Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. “”
Edmund Fitzgerald left superior to Detroit, Michigan at noon.
It was rocked by storms, damage and water throughout the afternoon.
Another vessel followed Fitzergald to help it get radar guidance, but that ship also lost contact with it.
At 19:00, the last communication from the ship’s captain: “We hold our
” It’s a very interesting story “, on Split Rock, hears a new generation of the ship’s story.
The disappearance remains mystery. “said young Anna Kuronen, who participated in the ceremony with her family.
” It was fun to be part of such a thing, especially for such a special event. “
When the light of the guy is spinning, one searches for long lost friend, it’s not alone.  Crowds of people long to look inside, to get a taste of all the sadness it has seen.