"This story of terror on Lake Superior misses no detail."

By Katelyn Breden
Indiana Living Green

schumacher_mightyMichael Schumacher provides a detailed account of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald in his book, “Mighty Fitz.” This story of terror on Lake Superior misses no detail about what is often referred to as the Titanic of the Great Lakes. It begins with the history of the ore carrier, discussing its work, captains, and crew members. Schumacher recounts the events leading up to the sudden sinking. Most chilling are Captain Ernest McSorley’s last words, “We are holding our own.”

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