Florida was the victim of two natural disasters Which caused costly destruction for the officers and civilians. arrival of hurricane ian Completely devastated the city, especially the southern area. The residents had not yet recovered from the disaster when nicole came ashore And again gave a stern warning. Now after several months, The beaches began to reveal what the strong winds and high tides had left behind.
Daytona Beach Shores, in Volusia County, was the scene where some bathers They found something sticking out in the sand. Clearly, The artwork was so visible that it immediately caught his attention, Sustained high tides and strong surf also played a role in the search, according to information from new York Times,
search is shards of wood and metal, about 24 meters long. In addition, its large size caused intrigue among officials and county archaeologists. Due to his weight, they are not able to get him out of there and this hinders the examination. Siege to it was also not an option, as it submerges in water during high tide.
as time goes by, More theories about the discovery come to light, Local websites began speculating that it might be an old ship, part of an old pier, or even spectator seats used by NASCAR when it races on the beach. “The state underwater archeology team has been notified to conduct further investigation,” said Kevin Kapten, a spokesman for the Volusia County government. Now he.
for now, Florida archaeologists plan to conduct in-depth analysis of wood fragments, But they are still looking for strategy. “It’s a mystery. Many people think that this is some kind of old ship.Tamra Malfors, a spokeswoman for Volusia County Beach Safety, said. They don’t even know what to expect: “There might be some kind of metal in there. We are not positive. Every once in a while something pops up and you can usually tell what it is. You can’t confirm it on this (object),” Malfers said.
for now Pieces of wood stuck in the sand of Daytona Beach remain a mystery, for residents Such findings are not unusual., In previous years, other types of objects have been located on Florida beaches, which alerted authorities at the time as well.
Storms, erosion and strong tides were responsible for exposing some of the wooden beams and bolts. it was in 2020 when A couple walking on the sand at Crescent Beach saw something peeping out, Immediately, marine archaeologists investigated and concluded that it was the remains of the Caroline Eddy, a 19th-century shipwreck.
A year later, in 2021, A high school student found the unexpected, but now at Turtle Trail Beach, What was an ordinary day for him turned into the best achievement of his life: a 1715 Fleet gold coin.