The wreck of the Lusitania. The wreck was supposedly used as target practice for the Irish and British navies during and after the Second World War. Residents of Cobh, Ireland reported seeing ships from the British Navy hovering near the site of the wreck and hearing explosions in 1950. Many believe the British government was trying to destroy evidence regarding the sinking. Combined with the unexploded depth charges and fishing nets, the wreck is extremely perilous to explore.
Skeleton Coast - Namibia: The area was named after the whale and seal bones that littered the shore because of the whaling industry, but there are more than a thousand ships caught by rocks and fog.
The Eduard Bohlen, Conception Bay, Skeleton Coast, Namibia. The ship that ran aground off the coast of Namibia's Skeleton Coast on September 5, 1909, in a thick fog. Currently the wreck lies in the sand a distance from the shoreline.