posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 07:51 PM
The wife's dad owned a vintage (now) 38 foot chis-craft cruiser and was caught in a bad storm on Lake St Clair which is the smallest of the lake
system in the great lakes.
Anyways he was a good sailor and a deputy fire chief to boot as well, as the storm got worse and the waves picked up, the radio station started
playing the Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald and he just lost it as he told us.
Nobody else on board and everything up top got blown off.
He started crying and was ready to die.
Some extra information on this is that this guy was a paratrooper during WW2 and nothing spooked him.
His job in the war was to go in and find all and any boobie traps and disarm them.