By Outer Banks Voice on October 14, 2018
Whenever a storm of any type or strength passes across the Outer Banks, there’s always the chance something odd or never seen before will wash up.
Most recently, its been Navy training mines back in Sept. 2017, part of a rocket launched from Cape Canaveral last November and what may have been a mooring buoy that has sat on the beach off Corolla since last winter.
Angie Langdon sent us photos of what looks like parts of the fuselage from an aircraft she discovered Sunday morning near Ramp 67 on Ocracoke Island.
We’ll update the story if the debris can be identified by authorities.