Most MYSTERIOUS Discoveries Made In Lakes!

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  • Published on:  5/4/2019
  • Check out the Most MYSTERIOUS Discoveries Made In Lakes! From bizarre unexplained findings to unsolved mysteries, this top 10 list of strange lake discoveries will amaze you!

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    8. A TRANSPORTATION GRAVEYARD
    Lake Washington in Seattle is unique mainly because of the sheer number of planes, trains, and boats found abandoned in the water, among other things- making it a kind of graveyard.

    7. A GHOST TOWN
    Upon the completion of the Buchanan Dam in 1937, around 20,000 acres of land in the Texas counties of Llano and Burnet were submerged by the rising Colorado River waters, including the town of Bluffton, which was located along Old Highway 29. Some 50 families were forced to relocate and sell their land to Lower Colorado River Authority.

    6. MISSING CARS...AND PEOPLE
    In 2013, police testing sonar equipment discovered two long-missing vehicles at the bottom of Foss Lake in Elk City, Oklahoma. One of the cars, which had gone missing on November 20, 1970, was a blue 1969 Camaro. Tragically, the bodies of three teenagers who had gone missing at the same time were found inside the car.

    5. A STONEHENGE STRUCTURE
    In 2007, a bizarre, seemingly ancient object was discovered at the bottom of Lake Michigan by a team of archaeologists from Northwestern Michigan University College, who were scanning the water for shipwrecks. Among the ruins was what appeared to be a carving of a mastodon, along with a series of boulders arranged in a “Stonehenge-like” manner.

    4. A STATUE OF JESUS
    The mastodon carving and Stonehenge-like assembly aren’t the only odd things that have been found at the bottom of Lake Michigan. There’s also a, 11-foot-tall, 1,850-pound Italian marble statue of Jesus. It sits underneath 22 feet of water, at the bottom of Traverse Bay, and boasts the title of the world’s only crucifix that is submerged in freshwater.

    3. A MYSTERY AIRPLANE
    It’s fascinating enough to find an entire airplane at the bottom of a water body, but when nobody knows where the plane came from and can’t trace it to any known crashes, things get downright creepy! That’s what happened in September 2013, when firefighters from the Charlotte, North Carolina Fire Department, who were using sonar, discovered a sunken seaplane in Lake Norman.

    2. UNDERWATER TEA PARTY
    In May 2015, a concerned snorkeler called the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona regarding suspected human remains at the bottom of the Cienega Springs boat launch. Now, that would be a scary thing to discover during a leisurely swim!

    1. A PROSTHETIC LEG
    In 2016, a 49-year-old Green Bay, Wisconsin man named Mark Warner lost his prosthetic leg when his canoe overturned during a fishing trip on Range Line Lake in Wabeno. Although it wasn’t Warner’s “everyday leg,” but an older one that he used specifically for outdoor activities like fishing, he still wanted it back, and posted an ad on Craiglist in search of it.

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