78
      Friday
      84 / 60
      Saturday
      85 / 62
      Sunday
      87 / 64

      Edmund Fitzgerald, 38 years later

      The Edmund Fitzgerald, considered to be the most famous ship sunk in the Great Lakes, was swallowed by Lake Superior on November 10, 1975 during a horrific storm.

      Twenty-nine lives were claimed by the lake that day. Twenty-three years later, another storm took a similar path as the one that claimed the Edmund Fitzgerald and created waves 20 feet high on Lake Michigan.