posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 10:47 AM
Ancient earthworks, artifacts, native trails, and prehistoric copper mines are well known entities in Northwest Wisconsin and in the Upper Peninsula.
This webpage describes an intriguing site recently identified in northern Wisconsin. Due to the sensitive nature of this discovery and its uncertain
affiliations, the exact location is not revealed in order to protect site integrity from vandalism or looting.
An Underwater Structure?
The discovery was made on July 24, 2007 during an underwater exploration on a remote tributary in the upper Mississippi River basin in northern
Wisconsin. Unlikely as it sounds, the site appears to be an ancient underwater structure -- possibly a road or causeway -- constructed of flat,
rectangular-shaped blocks of stone that appear to be cut or otherwise worked and then carefully fitted into place. Although likely of natural origin,
to the casual eye the "structure" looks amazingly like ancient stone-paved roads or other ruins found in MesoAmerica, Europe, and elsewhere.
Hello ATS members, i just found this interesting page on what to me looks like an ancient road way, it could be natural but the blocks look like they
were made to fit together, what do you lot think, apologies if this has already been discussed as it was found in 2007