A reverse Bermuda Triangle as WWII bomber is pulled from Lake Michigan

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After 60 years under the surface of Lake Michigan, a WWII-era Dauntless dive bomber was rescued from the depths and may get a new home in a museum. Here's a time-lapse video of the plane rising one last time. You can check out a blow-by-blow of the event courtesy the Lake County News Sun's Twitter feed from the scene.

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