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On Cape: Whydah cannon located by Kennedy recovered (New England Cable News)


(NECN) - Cape treasure hunter Barry Clifford has offloaded more artifacts recovered from the pirate ship Whydah, including two more cannons first identified by the late John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1984 when he worked as a diver, he said today. Click here to read more from the Cape Cod Times. Cape Cod Times reporter Eric Williams joins NECN for a discussion.


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