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Old 07-21-2012, 01:12 PM
 
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Default William S Mitchell Dredge

I saw photos on Rafter Clydes facebook page and became curious. It seems this is one storied vessel. I saw the video and read most of the SS Nighmare website. There are not many pictures of her and it showed an potition to register her in the historic society. I wonder how much of her remains and how functional she still is? From the video she was smashed pretty good but looks still mostly intact. I have seen the name Death Dredge attatched to her from various other sites. I just wonder what are the plans other than being a haunted house.
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