They Died In A Submarine In The 1800s. To This Day, Nobody Knows for Sure How -

Rocky Beginnings

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One of the few submarines in commission by the Confederate States of America, the H.L. Hunley played a small part in the American Civil War. Nearly 40 feet in length, the submarine was built in Mobile, Alabama, in 1863 and sank a total of three times during its testing phase. On the second sinking, all eight of the crew were killed, including the designer of the submarine, Horace Hunley.

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