The Ghostly Cries of the Marquette & Bessemer No 2
December 8, 1909. That was the last day the SS Marquette & Bessemer No 2 was ever seen. The large ferry was transporting train cars full of coal from Conneaut, Ohio across Lake Erie to Port Stanley, Ontario. This daily trip normally took five hours to complete. On December 7th it left Conneaut early in the morning but never made it to Port Stanley. The unfortunate ship ran into a harsh storm and was sunk, taking the lives of all her crew with her. A handful of bodies and debris turned up all over Lake Erie during the next year but her final resting place is still unknown. Many treasure hunters have sought the location of Lake Erie’s “Holy Grail” but all have failed. Legend says that you can still see the ghost ship sailing across the horizon, and even hear the cries of it’s ghost crew.
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