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In one of the most shocking tales of survival-at-sea ever told, a man lived for almost three days inside a sunken ship at the bottom of the ocean.

In May, a tugboat with a crew of 12 was moving through choppy waters off the coast of Nigeria. The boat was towing an oil tanker when a sudden ocean swell or rogue wave slammed into the vessel, snapping the tow rope and capsizing the vessel at about 4:30 a.m.

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Harrison Okene, the ship’s cook, was in the bathroom when the boat turned over and began to sink.

Most of the other crew members were locked in their cabins — a safety precaution necessitated by the pirates who regularly rob and abduct vessels in that area. That safety measure, however, sealed the other crew members’ doom.

Great Survival Stories: Harrison Okene, the Accidental Aquanaut.

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Harrison Okene became an accidental aquanaut when he survived more than 60 hours at the bottom of the ocean by breathing through an air pocket.

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In pitch dark, he managed to grope his way from the toilet into another room, which had enough air to keep him alive. There, he rigged a simple platform to keep his body partially above water and delay hypothermia.

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There in the dark, as the horror of his predicament began to sink in, Okene could do little but pray. “All around me was just black and noisy.

I was crying and calling on Jesus to rescue me. I prayed so hard. I was so hungry and thirsty and cold and I was just praying to see some kind of light.

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The 2013 story of Harrison Okene surviving in the cold torturous Atlantic Ocean 60 hours after a shipwreck is a triumph of the human will. It is also a story that Okene believes justifies his faith.