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Prince Edward Islanders began chiming in on the social network to speculate what the structure might be. The most common answers ranged from an abandoned First Nations fishing weir to a forgotten breakwater. Some users stretched their imaginations further, guessing it might be the shipwreck of a Spanish galleon or one of the 74 ships lost in the deadly Yankee Gale of 1851.
My first impression was of course it had to be a ship. That was the exciting part and we were hoping it was. I asked a local, he said it could have possibly been there since the 1870s. I’m leaning more towards it being a ship because that part has a little bit more mystery to it.