A 128-year-old shipwreck was discovered by a documentary film crew at the bottom of a Canadian lake. Recently, documentary filmmakers Yvonne Drebert and Jake Melnick went to the bottom of Canada’s Lake Huron to film a group of giant oysters. There they found the ship named ‘Africa’. On October 4, 1895, the ship Africa sailed from Ohio, USA, bound for Ontario, Canada.
But it could not reach its destination because of the storm. After more than 100 years, the wreck was finally found 275 feet deep in Lake Huron. Melnick said the ship’s structure was visible within minutes of entering the water. He was overwhelmed by such a discovery.
Sources: BBC, New York Post