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    An Undetonated Bomb

    An Undetonated Bomb

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    In June 1988, a live 100-pound World War II-era bomb was discovered at the bottom of Lake Washington in Seattle. We don't yet know how it got there, but the going theory is that a warplane flying in or out of an airfield that once stood in the area may have dumped the bomb in the lake.
    Why a pilot would do such a thing remains a mystery.

    Mysterious Cone-Shaped Structure Found In Sea Of Galilee

    Mysterious Cone-Shaped Structure Found In Sea Of Galilee

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    Researchers testing sonar equipment picked up a strange mound at the bottom of the Sea of Galilee in Israel in 2003. It was revealed to be a cone-shaped structure roughly 230 feet at its base, with a height of 39 feet and an estimated weight of 60,000 tons.  
    Researchers say the structure is similar to burial sites discovered in the region, and could have been some kind of ceremonial structure. Because the object is submerged so deep underwater, it is incredibly difficult to study. Scientists estimate the structure to be anywhere from 2,000 to 12,000 years old.

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    The Face Of Satan's Offspring's Plaything

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    Redditor /u/ssullivan16 said their brother found this at the bottom of a lake while diving for clams. It could simply be a part of some discarded toy that has seen better days... Or, it could be a desiccated doll misplaced by some terrifying hellspawn. You choose!

    Well-Preserved Skeletons At The Bottom Of A Himalayan Lake

    Well-Preserved Skeletons At The Bottom Of A Himalayan Lake

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    A number of well-preserved skeletons were discovered in Roopkund, a remote lake high in the Himalayan Mountains, in 1942. Investigators were baffled at the skeletons' presence there, as there had been no known settlements in the area.
    It wasn't until 2004 that scientists were able to date the remains back to some time around 850 AD.

    A Massive Crucifix

    A Massive Crucifix

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    There's an 11-foot statue of Jesus on the cross submerged at the bottom of Lake Michigan. The Italian marble sculpture was first commissioned in 1956 by the family of a boy who died in a farming accident.
    The crucifix was damaged on its way from Italy to the US, and the family refused to accept it. Later, the statue was purchased by a diving team and lowered into the lake as a memorial for deceased divers.

    A Random Chair

    A Random Chair

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    Redditor /u/Team_Braniel stated they were "exploring the bottom of Pavillion Lake for NASA," and that they found this random chair, sitting perfectly upright, 35 meters deep. It's possible this is the Creature from the Black Lagoon's chill spot.

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Trawl the bottom of any inland body of water and you're likely to find all manner of junk and detritus, the value or intrigue of which might be quite low. And yet, some stuff found in lakes sparks perplexing mysteries, or provides fuel for terrifying nightmares.

Whether discovered by divers or having re-emerged due to a drained lake, several compelling and horrific items have come to the surface over the decades. Here are some of the oddest, most mysterious things found at the bottom of lakes, and the sometimes creepy stories behind them.

 

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