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16 January
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A Stonehenge in Lake Michigan?

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A year and a half ago, a professor of underwater archeology at Northwestern Michigan Universitydiscovered a pattern of stones 40 feet below the waters of Lake Michigan. The story has been surprisingly under-reported, given that the Stonehenge-like structure is potentially estimated to be 10,000 years old. One of the stones even appears to have a mastodon carved on it

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