Elusive Treasure Of The S S Merida

By Al Masters
From page 56 of the April, 1969 issue of True Treasure
Copyright © 1969 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved

The murky fog that rolled suddenly in across the mouth of Chesapeake Bay was as thick as pea soup that fateful night of May 12, 1911. The fog closed in on the S. S. Merida as the Cuba to New York steamer slid along through otherwise peaceful waters off the Virginia Capes, 42 miles east of Cape Charles.

Destined to become what has been called one of the wealthiest wrecks along the East Coast, the Merida had aboard her that night a cargo that has been valued at an astronomical sum, or sums, for the valuation varies with each writing.

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