Salamonie reservoir in Huntington County, Indiana, rests over four former cities. This summer, because there has been so little rainfall, one of the cities that is normally underwater is now exposed.
Local people are coming to visit the former Monument City and are finding artifacts and seeing the remains of houses, roads, buildings, and even a cemetery.
Salamonie reservoir was created in a 1967 by flooding over four cities. According to Wayne Ley, assistant manager of the reservoir, this is the first time in 34 years that water levels have been low enough to expose any of the cities.
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