Author: Dennis Hale
Publisher: Dennis Hale; 1st edition (2010)
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This is the life story of Dennis Hale, the only survivor from the wreck of the Great Lakes ore carrier Daniel J. Morrell in November 1966. This is an expanded version of his first book, "Sole Survivor: Dennis Hale's Own Story". Shipping on the Great Lakes is a very interesting subject, and the meteorological hazards involved have led to some notable disasters, like the Big Blow of 1913, the wreck of the Daniel J. Morrell, and the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. There is greater detail of his childhood issues that perhaps foreshadowed his shipwreck and his out of body and near death experience while on the raft.
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Dennis Hale has been a survivor his entire life from the moment of his. Start by marking Shipwrecked: Reflections of the Sole Survivor as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.
Author Dennis Hale - Shipwrecked - Reflections of the Sole Survivor. Author Dennis Hale and his sole surviving experience upon the Daniel J. Morrell. October 19 at 8:46 PM. Thank you for allowing me to be part of this group. I love the history of our great region. I was amazed to learn the stern sailed for a long time after the bow separated.
The sole survivor of the sinking, Dennis Hale, died of cancer on September 2, 2015, at the age of 7. .Hale, Dennis (January 1, 2010). Shipwrecked: Reflections of the Sole Survivor: an autobiography.Great Lakes Storm of 1913.
Dennis Hale is the sole survivor of the sinking of the Daniel J. Morrell in Lake Huron on November 29, 1966. Hale went on to write a popular book in 2010 about his survival and rescue titled "Shipwrecked: Reflections of the Sole Survivor. In this photo, he holds a picture of himself being rescued from a raft by the United States Coast Guard on Nov. 31, 1966. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, children, Cindi Titch, Katherine Scaife, stepchildren Jon C. Robinson and Melissa LaMar; and seven grandchildren. The family is holding a private funeral.
As dusk approached, Dennis Hale knew that the raft would be grounded sooner or later, and that the chance of.
As dusk approached, Dennis Hale knew that the raft would be grounded sooner or later, and that the chance of rescue would be higher once on shore. Fosbender developed a cough and complained to Hale that it felt as though his lungs were filling up. Hale told Fosbender to try to bring up whatever was in his lungs by coughing a little more. Managing somehow to raise himself up, Fosbender began to retch and hack. Wracked with guilt and facing yet another night on the raft, Hale lay with the three frozen bodies of his friends and crew mates, his loneliness and fear rising every minute of the long, 30 degree night. Hale contemplated suicide.
Dennis Hale was the sole survivor of that wreck, and his harrowing tale. US News Summaries But finally, 15 years later, Hale attended a meeting of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Society, where at last he found the strength to talk. The next morning, I woke up, and I felt better," said Hale. But finally, 15 years later, Hale attended a meeting of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Society, where at last he found the strength to talk. I’m the only lone survivor of a Great Lakes shipwreck. He still has the lifejacket. My Take on This Story. Report a story error.