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The chilling tale of how HMS Bounty lost to Hurricane Sandy

Published 03/25/2013, Los Angeles Times

It was after dark on Oct. 28, and the three-mast Bounty pitched and rolled in the Atlantic 90 miles off Cape Hatteras, its 16 crew members fighting to keep the ship afloat. It was a fight they would eventually lose, leaving two people dead.

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