Beach Erosion Reveals Old Car In Cape May County
There is so much history that sits just under the sand. For a while now folks have heard of the ghost tracks or ghost ship appearing after a crazy storm. Have you heard of the ghost car?
For those are unfamiliar, when we have bad storms, the waves crash on our beaches and bay and pull some layers of sand out to sea. This is called erosion.
Due to towns like Cape May being from the mid 1800s, we always seem to find some cool things once a big storm rolled in.
Julie Claire Finnell was walking the the beach/bay in the villas and came across something that didn’t belong on the beach… a car!
As she says, “erosion of the sand dune exposed this old car.” What is seen in her video looks to be the trunk of a car, a little bit of it’s front and it’s shaft.
As the video continues you can see peddles and the part where the steering wheel would sit.
Take a look at her video below and tell us what kind of car you think it is!
Thank you to Julie Claire Finnell for the video!
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