Bottled Goodbyes presented by Ric Mixter (Online - Zoom)

Bottled messages have been discovered on shore nearly as long as glass containers have been invented. They bring tidings from ocean voyagers, invitations for pen-pals, tragic attempts for rescue, and floating farewells from long lost souls. Ric Mixter’s new book, Bottled Goodbyes chronicles the most famous messages ever recovered, including three bottles found after the Titanic disaster. Ric is a shipwreck researcher, diving over 100 shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, including the Edmund Fitzgerald. The link to attend this Zoom presentation will be posted here prior to the event.
  • Bottled Goodbyes presented by Ric Mixter (Online - Zoom)
  • 2021-07-20T19:00:00-04:00
  • 2021-07-20T20:00:00-04:00
  • Bottled messages have been discovered on shore nearly as long as glass containers have been invented. They bring tidings from ocean voyagers, invitations for pen-pals, tragic attempts for rescue, and floating farewells from long lost souls. Ric Mixter’s new book, Bottled Goodbyes chronicles the most famous messages ever recovered, including three bottles found after the Titanic disaster. Ric is a shipwreck researcher, diving over 100 shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, including the Edmund Fitzgerald. The link to attend this Zoom presentation will be posted here prior to the event.
  • When Jul 20, 2021 from 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM (US/Eastern / UTC-400)
  • Where Online - Zoom
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