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CHICAGO | Forty feet below Lake Michigan in Grand Traverse Bay, a mysterious pattern of stones rises from an otherwise sandy half-mile of lake floor.
Likely the stones are a natural feature. But the possibility they are not has piqued the interest of archeologists, native tribes and others since underwater archeologist Mark Holley found the site in 2007 during a survey of the lake bottom.
The site has become an Internet sensation, thanks to a blogger who noticed an archeological paper on the topic and described the stones as “underwater Stonehenge
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