posted on Aug, 30 2017 @ 10:11 AM
It doesn't appear to be that big. Maybe a cement plant dumped their cement with a part lodged into it into the ocean or maybe an old factory disposed
of some scrap that was full of cement. They used to dump stuff that was not considered a problem almost anywhere years ago. Lots of old cement was
dumped into holes and some had rebar and whatever else was attached to the cement. I remember seeing lots of stuff like that going on in the sixties.
Their philosophy was if it came from the ground it could be buried. They used to have dumps close to lakeshores years ago and dumps did not have
liners, that wasn't as much of a problem when there was not much manmade stuff in the garbage, there was glass bottles and tin cans at the dumps, not
many plastic bags and stuff back in the early sixties. Lots of rats, seagulls, and crows eating stuff at the dumps. We used to go shoot rats at the
dump, the city actually allowed certain people to do that. My uncle was the water commissioner, so when the rats got bad he would contact us. Those
were healthy rats, I doubt if they would be that healthy nowadays at dumps.