In the St. Lawrence River in 1930, a Canadian drilling barge, the J.B. King, its hold filled with dynamite, was struck by lightning. The resulting explosion blew apart the barge, sinking it and killing 30 men.
Nearly eight decades later, Nathalie Lasselin embarked on a journey to identify the exploded wreck’s remains and honor the memory of the international gravesite. Her team of rebreather divers had to dive deep, confronting the current and very limited visibility. Below the surface, a world of endless discovery awaits.