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Starting Salvage Starting Salvage
blacksambellamy - 8/11/2012 5:27 PM
We have recovered numerous items from the unknown wreck that we located on SSS. (see pictures below) 1- wheel from boat 2- tools 3- old pot...
UE Team finds unknown shipwreck UE Team finds unknown shipwreck
blacksambellamy - 7/29/2010 3:25 AM
On july 22, 2010 the UE team discovered another unknown wreck in the depths of Cape Cod Bay. Below we posted a larger image of the wreck which appears to be approximately 60 feet in length. Hopefully we will have a team in place by August to document the site and possibly retrieve artifacts for wreck identification.
I found a plane I found a plane
blacksambellamy - 3/14/2008 10:43 PM
A few years ago I strolled onto Marconi beach to get my daily exercise. The day started out like any other and as I walked down the beach I collected shells, rocks and enjoyed the beauty of nature. After walking about a mile I spotted something on the beach that would not only change my life but the life of others. This object was a 50 caliber bullet. For most people this would be just another object to add to a beach combing collection, but I needed answers. Why was an object of such violence l...
I recovered a wedding band while diving I recovered a wedding band while diving
blacksambellamy - 1/30/2007 12:00 AM
BOSTON — Maureen Silliman felt her empty pocket and gulped: Her new $300 iPod must have bounced out as she ran to catch a train. While she sobbed, her boyfriend suggested a message on the lost-and-found section of Craigslist, an online bazaar of classified ads. "No," the 24-year-old Silliman said. "Nobody would ever turn in an iPod." Her boyfriend posted the message anyway. Within 24 hours, Silliman`s iPod was back. In an increasingly cynical world, there are still places where people try to do ...