What better way to learn History than through adventure in shipwreck and ghost hunting. By the way, not all 'ghosts' are bad. For me there is energy in everything, even abandoned and decaying place. The past, present and future is in everything. Finding a ship makes me want to learn about it's History. Where History always board me because it never seamed to apply to me, Or I didn't understand the significance. How ever my last History teacher in College always brought in a physical item from History we can touch and told us the human element about History. Those were the things I loved to learn. So now, finding something left behind leads me to the time and place, which leads me to people of the time. And wanting to know the reason how and why has this been left behind makes for a rich experience going through life. And as a photographer / filmmaker it gives me purpose. There is art in abandon places. Layers of colors taking years to fall through each other to make a mosaic, or flax painting that can not be replicated with out time. I am astonished how many ships there are left out to rot in the water. It's not always easy to find details either when they are discovered. Sometimes it takes months if not years, or I never know because the History wasn't important enough to record at the time. Until COVID19, it makes now makes sense how something can be quickly abandoned and the force of circumstances can kill the will to care about what happens to it in the end. We are watching this in America. Why would someone care about something that has been abandoned by it's people, care about what happens to a ship or a businesses. And I've learned how something new, like technology or a bridge can almost instantly abolishes it's predecessor or industry. Sometimes progress it's it's worse enemy.