A historic find off the coast of St. Augustine, where archaeologists discover a cannon from a mystery shipwreck some 200 years ago.
The team used a shrimp boat to pull the cannon from 30 feet below the water's surface. "It's just an exciting shipwreck. I mean, this is an exciting day," said Chuck Meide, director of the Lighthouse Archeological Maritime Program. Meide spoke with our news partner Channel 4.
"It's a totally different world when you go from that silent dark world underwater, and you're just vaguely seeing these ghost-like outlines of these features, then all of a sudden we see it really clearly for the very first time," Meide said.
It's believed the ship may be British, American or Spanish, but the true origin of objects found on board are a mystery.
There are still four more underwater, which means the discovery process is not over yet.