It’s one of those weird occurrences when people find packets of bees wax along the Oregon Coast. And they’re not fresh. They look like they’ve been in the water for a verrrrrrrry long time. Because it’s true.
A search team says there have been many efforts to track down the source – which is most assuredly a late 1600’s spanish galleon about which there has been much written and much sought after over the decades.
Shipwreck pursuers are back at it equipped with latest bottom searching equipment that should dramatically enhance their chances of finding it.
Here’s the scoop in The Oregonian. Click here.