Kayakers Came Across a Chilling Secret While Out on the River

A skilled kayaker and his friends decided to try out a new route on the Ohio river one summer day, and it turned out to lead them to the discovery of a lifetime. Find out what historical artifact this group accidentally unearthed on an ordinary day on the water...

A Quiet Day on the River

James Malott, an avid kayaker, was out paddling with a group of friends one day as they usually did during the summer. Little did they know, when they reached the end of their route they were going to discover a 110-year-old historic relic. He recounts the adventure as "something incredible..."


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The More You Know

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  • One area of Canada has a weaker gravitational pull than the rest of Earth.
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