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We will have to wait until next year and the new dive season for more answers about this mysterious object and the fate of the crew of the F-89 Scorpion.
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
Of the big lake they call Gitche Gumee
The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead
When the skies of November turn gloomy.
by Gordon Lightfoot
Thank you for your interest in the F-89 project. We do believe that the F-89c Scorpion is indeed USAF property even though it is well within Canadian waters. To date the USAF has not contacted us.
Our approach with an ROV is very delicate, no disturbance of the wreck takes place, this is why we have not been able to see into the cockpit.
The images that have been released to date conclude what we are willing to release at this time. All other images and ROV footage is being preserved for a planned documentary.
Scott Bridgen wrote:
Just out of curiosity, have you been contacted by the USAF regarding your findings ?
If you haven't, surely the craft still comes under the protection of the USAF and with the possibility of "live" ammunition, a ROV dive would not be allowed ?
Also, would it be possible to send me the high resolution images of the additional object or any information relating to size and shape ?
Thanks in advance,