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This it the story of A ship that ran aground off Topsail Inlet nearly a century ago and vanished has reappeared thanks to the recent storm winds. The William H. Sumner ran aground in 1919 near Topsail Island after an alleged mutiny. It reappeared this week and was mistaken by some for logs lodged in the sand – until beach goers noticed the logs were interconnected, This video was made by a local reality company in Topsail in March, 2017. See KloudMedia.net for more information on Kloud Media and their services or RealEstateTopsail.com for more information on Lewis Realty in Surf City, NC. RealEstateTopsail.com See KloudMedia.net for more information on Kloud Media and their services or RealEstateTopsail.com
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