Drought reveals secrets of the past

The remains appear when the water levels drop

(KTVZ) On Oct. 29, Marion Sheriff Deputy Dave Zahn went to Oregon’s Detroit Lake to take pictures of Old Detroit, the 200-person town abandoned and flooded in the 1950s after the Detroit Dam was built.

Every fall and winter, the remains appear again when the water levels drop.

This fall, however, Zahn saw even more than he expected.

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