Bodies of water contain lots of terrifying creatures and eerie discoveries. They conceal tonnes of items and creatures well beyond our imagination. Despite how chilling it might sound, these reservoirs, lakes, waterways, and seas still hold some bizarrely interesting finds.
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Be Amazed at these Bizarre Discoveries Made from Drained Water Bodies! Train Trestle and Underwater Forest - These first discoveries were made in LakeTapps in Washington State near Seattle. The train trestle dates back to the turn of the 20th century, and alongside the forest, they were submerged when a dam was built in 1911 and havebeen underwater ever since. Bombay Beach Town - Previously touted as ‘California’s Riviera’, the town of Bombay Beach has been lost under the Salton Sea for more than 40 years. Lost Gold Era Towns and Mineral Deposits. The 19th century was the golden era. The gold rush led to hordes of people relocating to the state of California who later came to form mining settlements. 1000 Lingas - This discovery takes us to the East on the banks of Shalmala River in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Fort Moki - After more than 40 years, Lake Powel finally let in on her secrets in 2005 thanks to a 7-year drought. Wedding Rings - This discovery is a £250 ring that was found after 8 million gallons of water were drained from Tidal Marine Lake. Federal Agents Gun and Badge - Back in 2014, California faced one of the worst droughts it has faced in nearly a century. This saw the water levels in many lakes drop to an all-time low. Underwater Creatures - As aforementioned, large water areas contain a great deal of uncanny creatures, and this next discovery goes to support my claim. Canal St. Martin - Construction of the Canal St Martin commenced on the orders of Napoleon to improve the supply of fresh drinking water in the city. Safes and Hand Grenades - Topping our list is this finding of a World War II hand grenade and safes galore found in England and Welsh waterways.