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Shipwreck Site Uncovered On Daytona Beach Shores Hundreds Of Years Later By Hurricane Nicole

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  • Опубліковано 5 гру 2022

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  • Rich Woodward
    Rich Woodward 2 місяці тому +83

    To all those concerned with erosion: this ship was buried by sand many years ago, and uncovered by nature. It’s cyclical people.

    • victor caldwell
      victor caldwell Місяць тому

      @AW11MAN solar micronova.

    • victor caldwell
      victor caldwell Місяць тому

      @Super_squishy_awesomeness _ yep. Thats why our n pole has moved 40 km THIS YEAR. used to take hundreds of years to move that much. Thats why you see pink in our auroras now. Uts why the s Atlantic anomaly is growing. Thats why Jeff bezos is building a bunker in the side of a mountain. Kim k is building one in her back yard. 😆 yep. Im crazy. Nothing to see here, move along. But I AM SUPPOSED TO BELIEVE that we are causing climate change. And people ARENT DYING in record numbers from something called sudden death syndrome. Weird.

    • Dirk
      Dirk Місяць тому

      @F Johnson I remember that, I think it was Hurricane Andrew that caused the flooding that time.

    • F Johnson
      F Johnson Місяць тому +1

      Yes, cycles, exactly. However I’ve seen the St.Johns flood much worse around 30 years ago. Doesnt help that much of the land to the east of the St.Johns was sod farm years ago, prior to Viera even being drawn much less what it has become. Was a flight instructor in ‘91,92 and flew over that area quite a bit. Including the rest of the state.

    • Dirk
      Dirk Місяць тому

      @F Johnson Central California between Bakersfield and Fresno is a good example of what you just stated about the ground sinking due to water being pumped out. In some areas it's dropped over 20' in the last 70 years.
      There was also a large lake there they sucked dry to irrigate the crops back in the early 1900's.
      Google image "Ocean levels during the last Glacial Maximum" and that a look at the Florida region, Florida was more than double the size it is now. That land was swallowed by the rising Oceans. Since then over 10 million square mile have been submerged around the globe, that's more then 2.5 times the size of the US. It's a fact ocean levels rise and fall with glacial cycles. I don't know why everyone want to try and deny this simple fact. Sounds like a heavy Faux News group on this thread.. so yes don't believe everything you hear for sure.
      Florida is barely above ocean level right now it won't take much to submerge the state again. Hence all the flooding along the St. Johns river after the recent hurricanes. When your almost at sea level already that water has no place to go quickly.
      If you want to see what the state of Florida will look like in 70 years check out the "Atlas Pro" channel's "Land's that could flood in our lifetime" Florida is the poster child for that video.

  • Suz Valentino
    Suz Valentino 2 місяці тому +24

    I love it when they find things like this. I can't wait to see what ship it is.

  • TIHS PID the REKCIL TILC
    TIHS PID the REKCIL TILC Місяць тому +2

    I wish I was there to help as my favorite thing to do when I lived on the Outer Banks was drive between towns on the beach during and or after storms depending on wind direction to look for wrecks and I was never disappointed. Unfortunately the National Park Service had their hands full with the lawsuits from people with nothing better to do than ruin people's lives. Probably the same people that burn history in bonfires because it's a piece of wood to them and is why I said screw federal laws I'm taking the loose pieces home after logging them into a notebook the NPS may still have. Audubon Society is another one that helped create these problems with frivolous lawsuits ruining people's lives and taking the time the NPS could have used to protect these wrecks. Cape Hatteras National Seashore is the name of the shore front park where hundreds of wrecks are buried spanning 500 or so years.

    • James Alling
      James Alling Місяць тому

      I'D LOOK FOR A BIG CONCH SHELL. SO I COULD HEAR THE OCEAN. 🤫👂🪠🚽

  • Steve Wolff
    Steve Wolff 2 місяці тому +36

    It would have been more interesting to have the camera focused on the work they were doing instead of the guy jacking his jaw!

    • TheodoreCHill
      TheodoreCHill Місяць тому

      @richard thompson Exactly. Propaganda sold to gullible stupid consumers by rich elite politicians and the businesses they profiteer with.

    • richard thompson
      richard thompson Місяць тому +2

      It's about his "climate change" narrative.

    • Jay
      Jay 2 місяці тому

      Steve. Lol gotta love excessive jaw jackin! Nice one bro!

  • Mercy P
    Mercy P 2 місяці тому +15

    So cool!!! I wish I was there, like having discovered a Titanic buried under all that sand!! I wonder how old it is!!! WOOOW. 1800S?!!! Nerd alert my mind is exploding.

    • James Alling
      James Alling Місяць тому

      I WONDER IF HE MAKES ENOUGH TO BUY A TESLA, AND A YUGO FOR HIS WIFE? I WONDER IF THEY STILL MAKE CHILD SEATS FOR YUGOS? INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW.🤔

  • Trapper John
    Trapper John 2 місяці тому +9

    I don't know if this is related, But back in the 1960s, we used to run our beach buggies and dune buggys along the undeveloped areas just north of Ponce de Leon inlet. Back then, there was a ship wreck called "the Barge". It would appear periodically. The story goes, that in the early 1920s, a barge broke loose when attempting to transit Ponce De Leon Inlet and washed up on the beach north of the inlet.

    • richard thompson
      richard thompson Місяць тому

      I remember that. There was one near Cocoa Beach as well.

  • Josh McDonald
    Josh McDonald Місяць тому +5

    HOLY CRAP!!! This is really cool! Let's get a crew on it and save what you can! This could turn into something amazing!

  • Jason DuChene
    Jason DuChene 2 місяці тому +22

    What's really odd is that you can go on google earth and go to that exact location and go back to 1/2018 there is what looks like a bunch of seagulls in the exact pattern and angle that the wreck is in and also again two houses north. Is there another one there? And that is the only place on the beach where they are. Coincidence???

    • susan fudge
      susan fudge Місяць тому

      @Florida Gal Sunk

    • Florida Gal
      Florida Gal 2 місяці тому +4

      That's cool, maybe the seagulls are eating the barnacles off of the planks. Quite a few ships have sank and surfaced after hurricanes and some have yet to be found. Lot's of treasure is still unaccounted for as well, the ships were said to be along the treasure coast hence the name but these massive storms shifted the vessels elsewhere too. We shall see soon!

  • Bill Robbins
    Bill Robbins Місяць тому +2

    This is actually noteworthy news!
    Thank you fox!

  • J
    J 2 місяці тому +44

    People can't get permits to start putting their lives back together. But let a few pieces of petrified wood wash up and immediately put up barricades and use every resource known to man to protect it. Lord help us if a turtle crawls up there and lays an egg.

    • JC
      JC Місяць тому +1

      Now they are trying to make sure we have plenty of crocodiles ! we are going to need shark and crocodiles spotters on the beaches ! Florida in not Africa , we dont have the food for them , I guess they will have to eat the starving manatees and an ocasonal swimmer . we need a new law , the human pertection act .

    • JC
      JC Місяць тому

      Yes , we must leglelize survival and reinstate the consitution ! A deed is suposed to give us owner ship of our land but it seems that the flood laws have stolen ownership away and we now only rent the land from the goverment , and the rent is called property taxes . fema must offer an opt out option , so we can repair our homes without distroying them just to build a new home way up in the air on stilts were the wind can blow them over , if we really had ownership of our land than we could make repairs . so many people cant get the insurance to pay for repairs without a permit and so many cant get a permit because the house is damaged over fifty percent of the replacment value and must be torn down . How did we ever let these control freaks steal our rite to property away ? The law makers must have overthrown America with illeagle law making , They have taken freedom away pretending they had to in order to keep us safe , but they are killing us with "safety ". Those who are willing to give up freedom for temporary safety deserve neither freedom or safety , Thomas Jefferson .

    • hawkdsl
      hawkdsl Місяць тому +1

      You really think they used "every resource" to send a couple of archeologist to a ship wreck? What, maybe a Chevy suburban and 50 bucks worth of gas? Do archeologist issue "permits" when they aren't digging in the sand (or dirt)? You think the boom is a "barricade"? Over the top hyperbole aside, they may work the site for a couple weeks, and then let it return to nature, which is usually the case unless it's an historical event craft. There are thousands of such wrecks in Florida. Calm down there sparky. Jesus.

    • Code Name
      Code Name Місяць тому +2

      Found the boomer.

    • Florida Gal
      Florida Gal 2 місяці тому +5

      J, you definitely made me laugh. Sad but true. I actually thought it may be the Flagler pier they lost years ago or part of the Sea wall they build in front of condo's.

  • Chris Bradbury
    Chris Bradbury 2 місяці тому +5

    The beam is narrow for a vessel of that length.

  • Scott Hooper
    Scott Hooper 2 місяці тому +27

    Who would have thought that “Global Warning “ or “Climate Change” existed before now? I infer by my previous statement that who knew that we had storms, and that this ship might have been run aground, even pushed into a now famous beach in Florida. I wonder how long the “Waters” have been rising. Coastline have been changing. Beaches have grown and shrunk over time. I’m now coming to the realization that maybe there is something to this “Climate Change “. Like Maybe the climate always changes. Who knew?

    • F Johnson
      F Johnson Місяць тому +1

      @Infidel do some research and you too may find the information. It is not difficult to find.

    • Infidel
      Infidel Місяць тому

      I agree this doesnt help the global warming trend which really is all about money.
      The weather and water ways all change its part of the natural gravity and rotation of earth. which brings back the question why dinosaurs all went at once.. who really knows. the answers change every decade

    • Infidel
      Infidel Місяць тому

      @the little pod person where do you get your numbers, 3million years? really how you know this.

    • the little pod person
      the little pod person Місяць тому +2

      @Alabanda Christopher Anthropogenic climate change is a religion, a faith. CO2 has been many multiples higher in the past with no run away warming and during times when life FLOURISHED. In fact, we are in a CO2 drought, and if modern Mao Tse Tungs get their way, playing God, you people may actually usher in the next major mass extinction.
      CO2 is very near the lowest it's been in 3 million years, very near CO2 starvation levels where plants won't grow. When the next major ice age begins in earnest (see temp graphs of the Pleistocene Epoch that shows we are on the precipice of the steep drop in temperature) the oceans may very well suck out what little CO2 there is left in the air, killing everything on land bigger than bacteria. The Earth didn't see mass extinction during the last 5 ice ages, but CO2 was never this low during THOSE ice ages.

    • Scott Hooper
      Scott Hooper 2 місяці тому +2

      @Alabanda Christopher Looks like someone got his “Fee fees” hurt. Go ahead use the same insult. Just ignore the facts. It only multiplies your ignorance & arrogance. Do you want me to explain those two words for you?

  • Blake Pierman
    Blake Pierman 2 місяці тому +1

    Crazy, we used to stay a few places down from King Arthurs round table just down the beach in the back ground for over 30 years every Christmas. Could have been anywhere along the hundred miles of beach but nope... right there.

  • Marlene Brown
    Marlene Brown 2 місяці тому +10

    What's up with covering the scene being described by the person being interviewed with advertisements? So now we can't see what he has pointed to.

  • Dino M
    Dino M 2 місяці тому +7

    Ship or canoe? 8x100 foot long? Odd design.

  • Penney Burgess
    Penney Burgess 2 місяці тому +3

    So cool. Please keep us posted.

  • Adam Based
    Adam Based Місяць тому +2

    Love to find old photos of wooden walk way in same location

  • Will Gachassin
    Will Gachassin 2 місяці тому +5

    Maybe that ship was Ponce de Leons, he might have had some ship lizards🦎 on it and wasn't paying attention to the weather,

  • Eddy Cuevas
    Eddy Cuevas 2 місяці тому +9

    I am deeply curious. Please, follow this story.

  • wendy c
    wendy c Місяць тому +1

    Amazing that all the swimmers and motor boats have not moved the wooden beams!

  • Just Start
    Just Start 2 місяці тому +21

    This guy was really good to listen to until he threw out that jab about climate change. The storms aren’t more severe, it’s just not true. Every storm is unique to its occurrence. Storms effect the land differently every time because of the wind, the direction of the wind and the actual location of the storm in relation to the land it’s encountering. Stop spreading the lie of climate change.

    • Drew A
      Drew A Місяць тому +1

      It’s really really frustrating to hear these morons spout on about climate change when we’ve only been paying attention and measuring weather, events and temperatures accurately for maybe 120 years. And these fools want to pretend that they have it all figured out.

    • 73 Beetle
      73 Beetle Місяць тому

      Climate change is summer , fall , winter and spring.

  • Brett Patton
    Brett Patton 2 місяці тому +23

    I love how the tool had to add climate change. Well done tool. He’s right about this we haven’t had hurricanes in the past. Lol. Someone let this guy know the most severe hurricane ever recorded was from the 1800s.

    • richard thompson
      richard thompson Місяць тому

      Why are there so many Spanish Gallions along our coast from the 15 and 1600's?
      Could it be mostly from hurricanes?🤔

    • Brett Patton
      Brett Patton 2 місяці тому

      @Alabanda Christopher it’s funny how these conversations bring out the true intelligence and mental depth of liberals like yourself. Keep them coming son.

    • Alabanda Christopher
      Alabanda Christopher 2 місяці тому

      @Brett Patton your mother should have swallowed you

    • Brett Patton
      Brett Patton 2 місяці тому

      @Alabanda Christopher yes we always know that anyone that disagrees with a fruitcake left-wing liberal is an idiot. Why don’t you go play in traffic.

    • Alabanda Christopher
      Alabanda Christopher 2 місяці тому

      Go play in traffic idiot

  • clark kent
    clark kent 2 місяці тому +10

    Looks more like bridge supports or a pier maybe,

    • ScorpioBornIn69
      ScorpioBornIn69 2 місяці тому

      Half of Main Street Pier was destroyed by Hurricane Floyd back in 1999. 200 feet of it gone.

  • ed federoff
    ed federoff Місяць тому +4

    It doesn't have a typical aspect ratio of beam to length.... - unless it's a Norse Longboat. That would be something!

  • Blue Rider
    Blue Rider Місяць тому +4

    Never ever saw a ship that long and that narrow.

    • Blue Rider
      Blue Rider Місяць тому

      @captglenn100 a barge makes more sense

    • captglenn100
      captglenn100 Місяць тому

      @Blue Rider Could be a barge. I have not seen any good photos, and none that show the timbers up close. Pretty much guessing from what you can see in this video.

    • Blue Rider
      Blue Rider Місяць тому +1

      @captglenn100 it is so long and rectangular though. Doesnt make sense fron aerial. I guess we will see.

    • captglenn100
      captglenn100 Місяць тому

      Also you could be looking at only one side of the vessel. Looks like on the side towards the land you have the frames of the vessel, and the side towards the ocean looks like ceiling planking and floor timbers. One whole side of the vessel has been lost to the sea along with all the upper framework.

    • Code Name
      Code Name Місяць тому

      That’s just the keel, it’s likely the rest of the hull ribs have eroded down to nubs

  • CJ Laity
    CJ Laity 2 місяці тому +2

    Kind of hard to dig when the tide keeps coming in.

  • neocardina shrimp and fish etc
    neocardina shrimp and fish etc 2 місяці тому +1

    Wow that ship was huge for 1800s

  • Will i am MC
    Will i am MC 2 місяці тому +5

    It looks like a wooden walkway, like the kind that used to go from A1A to the beach over the sand dunes . They were all gradually removed during the 70's as more construction took place.

    • John
      John 2 місяці тому

      Common 🫠 you guys come from British , and ships like this were from Spain conquerors , as well as in the Caribbean… you just know about British 🙄. Gold and stuff like that were from Spanish ….

    • Bon Bon
      Bon Bon 2 місяці тому +2

      It looks like it, but did you watch the video? LOL. Did you hear the guy say that they actually identified pieces that would be on a ship not a walkway. Come on dude

  • wayne parkinson
    wayne parkinson Місяць тому +2

    looks like a old peer to me i see them all the time lines of post emerging from the beach erosion

  • Joseph Lalock
    Joseph Lalock 2 місяці тому +17

    shipwreck bar, shipwreck motel. shipwreck t-shirts. shipwrecked drink. it's all coming soon.

  • T Martinez
    T Martinez 2 місяці тому +1

    I wished I was helping with this!!

  • Taylor Daine
    Taylor Daine Місяць тому +1

    The general region is referred to as the Treasure Coast for a reason.

  • Miles Cobbett
    Miles Cobbett Місяць тому +1

    What is the length of the vessel?

  • treashurehunter 800
    treashurehunter 800 2 місяці тому +2

    Eco terrism: when that orange stuff blows apart and all those yellow filaments scatter everywhere you won't even be safe to go on the beach or in the water without being tangled in your own doom.🧐🏴‍☠️⚔️ 1984

  • Michael P
    Michael P 2 місяці тому +3

    Before people talk about climate change causing hurricanes and severe weather, please do some historical research.

  • Richie Rich
    Richie Rich 2 місяці тому +4

    That's not a ship wreck those are old pile caps from the old brakers they were common on the east coast in the 50s and 60s

    • Howard Smith
      Howard Smith Місяць тому

      It looks like a wreck that washed up on shore a very long time ago. As far as how narrow it is, it may be just the very bottom of the ship, with everything else burned or washed away. Only by excavating it, or at least part of it, will we know.

    • Richie Rich
      Richie Rich Місяць тому

      @Howard Smith
      Daytona beach of 2022 is total different from 1930s 1950s beach look at old pictures of Daytona beach there use to be a speedway with bleachers right on the beach miami beach is man made it may be a ship I just stating my opinion

    • Howard Smith
      Howard Smith Місяць тому

      If the marine archeologist (who already dug part of it up, although the sand washed back in by the time the drone got there) says it's a ship, it's a ship. They know what a pier looks like. Besides, a pier wouldn't be at an angle like that.

    • Dave Goodwin
      Dave Goodwin 2 місяці тому +1

      I kind of agree that it isn't a ship. It's way too narrow. It appears about 12 feet wide.

  • WaterTheTree76
    WaterTheTree76 Місяць тому +2

    Pretty sure this is an old boardwalk.

  • Paul Noel
    Paul Noel 2 місяці тому +3

    He needs to cut the crap about Climate Change. This ship just got uncovered. Beaches are always in motion and there is nothing climate change about this event. The buried ship shows that the beach has build up from when the ship was wrecked.

  • Graeme Hill
    Graeme Hill Місяць тому +1

    That looks more like a pier the width to beam ratio doesn't look right for a ship.

  • T Stahler
    T Stahler 2 місяці тому +4

    That's one skinny ship. I don't think it's a ship. Looks like a structure of some sort.

  • Bon Bon
    Bon Bon 2 місяці тому +7

    Treasure time!

    • Faze red
      Faze red 2 місяці тому +1

      Gold bars!!!!!

  • Ironhell
    Ironhell Місяць тому +2

    Everyone gets excited thinking it's a treasure galleon lol there's probably thousands of wrecks on Florida beaches.

  • Paula Manley
    Paula Manley 2 місяці тому +1

    YOUR TEAM SHOULD COME TO THE WHALING MUSEUM AND LOOK FOR STORIES ABOUT MISSING VESSELS THROUGHOUT HISTORY.....

  • Ted Vargovich
    Ted Vargovich Місяць тому

    Suffered some damage from hurricane but we're going to further damage it and dig more because we are professionals and there is a shipwreck here to dig 🤠

  • Shayleen Joubert
    Shayleen Joubert 2 місяці тому +5

    So interesting...love History. And so, "In the Last Days all will be revealed."

  • Michael Hudecek
    Michael Hudecek 2 місяці тому +1

    Awesome!!! 😊😊😊😊😊

  • KRice
    KRice Місяць тому

    Cool find!!

  • TZRIPPINLIPS
    TZRIPPINLIPS Місяць тому

    4 days ago it was still a mysterious object emerging from the sand lmao!! Ope now it’s a ship since all the smart wise people out there told you dummies it’s a shipwreck lol!! But everyone wants to live like their in the movies or something! Must be aliens fellas gotta be

  • melissa winstead
    melissa winstead 2 місяці тому +2

    It would be awesome if somehow they could encase it.
    Then they could clean it up and have a museum type deal.
    Maybe a good "community" investment?
    Very interesting though!

  • Linda Opperthauser
    Linda Opperthauser Місяць тому

    That would be an awesome dig!

  • TonyCamp Camppartyof4
    TonyCamp Camppartyof4 2 місяці тому +1

    Looks like the beach has been there for at least 200 years haha

  • Clark Mattoon
    Clark Mattoon 2 місяці тому +2

    Interesting until the climate change part..
    When will people learn?

  • Melvin Johnson
    Melvin Johnson 2 місяці тому +3

    Waste of time, focus on hurricane recovery and not some rotted out wood.

  • Tryn2GoProBro Zach Webb
    Tryn2GoProBro Zach Webb Місяць тому +1

    Need to let the local people metal detect the area.

  • YankeeLake
    YankeeLake Місяць тому

    Check out this flight along Daytona Beach Shores:
    uaclips.com/video/6tE4A3Tb6RI/відео.html

  • Dave Aurand
    Dave Aurand Місяць тому +1

    He had to mention “climate change “ these clowns have to tie everything to that, I wish he would have said it earlier so I could turn it off sooner, as soon as I said that I stopped watching

  • dave lynch
    dave lynch Місяць тому +1

    ...it's the SS Minnow, if they go further inland, they will find Gillian, Skipper, Professor, Maryanne, Ginger, and Mr. and Mrs. Howe

  • Peter Rigs
    Peter Rigs Місяць тому +2

    As soon as they start talking about Climate change, i stop listening.

  • TheRewdy40
    TheRewdy40 2 місяці тому +1

    Probably got dropped there during a hurricane?

  • ShutUpLige
    ShutUpLige 2 місяці тому +1

    odd shape for a ship. shouldn't it be more oval shaped instead of parallel? i have my doubts

  • Elvira Reis
    Elvira Reis Місяць тому +1

    Luke 8:17
    Nothing is hidden.

  • dad Gallant
    dad Gallant Місяць тому +1

    wow we can close a beach but cant shut down our boarder ,

  • Michael dale Medcoff jr
    Michael dale Medcoff jr 2 місяці тому +1

    Build a temporary breaker wall with sand to hold back the sea use sand bags

  • Donald Winters
    Donald Winters Місяць тому

    Like a great mud flood ?

  • jc Gomez
    jc Gomez Місяць тому +1

    Sea-level supposed to rise right according to preachers of green movement and instead here the sea retracing instead and uncovering possible treasures 🤑 💰

  • America
    America 2 місяці тому +1

    Oh...Im so going to see it

  • Nicholas
    Nicholas Місяць тому

    Omg the world is going to end because of the change in weather pattern and climate change.

  • Michael S. Smith
    Michael S. Smith Місяць тому

    They can’t find any money to help the people in poverty, but they can instantly find tens of thousands of dollars to excavate a shipwreck site?? Sad!☹️👎

  • Cliff Sullivan
    Cliff Sullivan Місяць тому +1

    Because of "Climate Change?" Please!

  • shining light surprised 👍
    shining light surprised 👍 2 місяці тому +1

    Is it made from gopher wood? Think bible and what boat was made from that and where would you only find that wood at? Just curious 🤔

    • shining light surprised 👍
      shining light surprised 👍 Місяць тому

      @Code Name oh thanks for the 100 percent accurate answer that you must surely know. Undercover narssissts love to use sweet words with insults in same sentences on people's curiosity and freedom of thinking and speech. Surely one must know wise man once said.
      "There are no stupid questions, only stupid answers" and "it's better to ask a stupid question and feel stupid for 5 seconds, than to not asking a stupid question and be stupid for the rest of your life" comes to mind...

    • Code Name
      Code Name Місяць тому

      Oh honey, this is the kind of stupid you keep to yourself. They aren’t unearthing the ark in Daytona beach.

  • Inoc te
    Inoc te 2 місяці тому +1

    Lidar excavation??????

  • a Mercy Received
    a Mercy Received Місяць тому +2

    Hi everyone, the climate changes 4 times a year.

    • Dalton
      Dalton Місяць тому +1

      That's actually my underwear changing schedule.

  • Ken Tyler
    Ken Tyler Місяць тому

    🤣🤣the first 3 seconds is gold🤌 had to listen to it a couple times thought those edibles where kicking in

  • I'm not here
    I'm not here Місяць тому

    Map it with ground penetrating radar and then leave it alone

  • Gwiz
    Gwiz 2 місяці тому

    So cool

  • Heraclitus
    Heraclitus Місяць тому

    Less talking, more digging.

  • Gary pic
    Gary pic Місяць тому

    They nned to build coffer dams and spend a Millions millions of dolllars to dig up those old timbers to find out what it was is

  • Emersum Biggins
    Emersum Biggins Місяць тому

    Spoiler: It was a boatload of drunk teenagers arriving to terrorize the area for 7 days 😐

  • Marian Grimsdell
    Marian Grimsdell 2 місяці тому

    Arrr it might be a shipwreck from Black Beard’s time , the notorious Pirate 🏴‍☠️ who used to harass the Spanish along that coast 🤷‍♀️🤣

  • Dawn Berg
    Dawn Berg 2 місяці тому +5

    The state of Florida needs to pay for this to be saved,,,it might be the only good thing out of this tragedy

    • Drew A
      Drew A Місяць тому +1

      You can go to the Guana river, wildlife management area and see what they do when they recover the ships. It’s literally just laying out in the elements rotting away. We have much more important needs for tax dollars in this state.

    • AFAskygoddess
      AFAskygoddess 2 місяці тому +8

      I live a few miles from there. I'd prefer the state of Florida to spend money on building back the infrastructure so people can recover from this disaster. But please feel free to donate your life savings to an old, wooden shipwreck restoration. Thank you in advance for your selfless generosity.

  • david baron
    david baron Місяць тому

    wow

  • Green Deane
    Green Deane 2 місяці тому

    Pier? Nonsense, for several reasons. a wooded structure along the shore is a wharf not a pier. And it also is not parallel to the shore. A pier and a jetty are the same just different material. A jetty is usually rocks and soil, a pier is usually wood. Along the shore they are wharfs if made of wood. Quay is made or rocks and soil.

    • Will i am MC
      Will i am MC 2 місяці тому

      There were many walkways from A1A to the beach over the sand dunes, still are in several places. Odd they haven't shown the similarities. Easier to imagine one being damaged by a storm and washed sideways onto the beach, and the storm/city covering it up.
      Anything to distract you from Epstien's list or Biden's inflation or where the flu went. 🤧

  • Greyer Shade
    Greyer Shade Місяць тому

    2 days isnt anything. They'll grab some samples and leave.

  • Savetheplantet
    Savetheplantet Місяць тому

    That's my Gold in there.

  • annoyedok321
    annoyedok321 Місяць тому

    DO NOT SEEK THE TREASURE

  • Snow  Dude
    Snow Dude 2 місяці тому +1

    there has to be Gold 😂

  • David Litz Media
    David Litz Media Місяць тому

    I live here in Daytona beach. I'm a free lancer for the news journal. Lmk if you need any footage oe what not 😎

  • Joe T.
    Joe T. Місяць тому

    The black pearl!?

  • Treebacca
    Treebacca Місяць тому +1

    Why would they close the whole beach for these hipsters to dig garbage out of the sand?

  • mrdrenalin69
    mrdrenalin69 Місяць тому

    That sure is a long skinny boat.

  • Dbzbruh
    Dbzbruh 2 місяці тому +2

    Uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh uh my goodness uh uh uh uh uh uh. That gave me a headache uhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

  • michael Florence
    michael Florence Місяць тому

    Noah's ark confirmed 👀

  • ICU
    ICU 2 місяці тому +1

    Nah you want the treasure lol

  • Slash687
    Slash687 2 місяці тому

    Its a viking warship

  • no taboos
    no taboos Місяць тому

    So now heavy dudes with beards appear out of nowhere. LMAO.

  • Josep Blawatski
    Josep Blawatski Місяць тому

    So, hurricanes are good for something...

  • Mark T
    Mark T 2 місяці тому

    Space ship. 🙄

  • Thelma Tucker
    Thelma Tucker Місяць тому

    Metal detector time.

  • Thelma Tucker
    Thelma Tucker Місяць тому

    Metal detector time.

  • smoke and mirrors
    smoke and mirrors Місяць тому

    Less talk more digging