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No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold

The Oregonian 16 May 2022
But Colin West, founder of the nonprofit environmental group that launched the project, Clean Up the Lake, said there have been some surprises. Divers think they spotted shipwreck planks near Dead Man’s Point, where tribal tales tell of a Loch-Ness-Monster-like creature — later dubbed “Tahoe Tessie”— living beneath Cave Rock.
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No sea serpents or mobsters, but Tahoe trash divers strike gold

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 15 May 2022
But Colin West, founder of the nonprofit environmental group that launched the project, Clean Up the Lake, said there have been some surprises. Divers think they spotted shipwreck planks ... She was the lead author of Clean Up the Lake’s 2021 report on a 6-mile pilot project.
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No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold (copy)

The Paducah Sun 14 May 2022
But Colin West, founder of the nonprofit environmental group that launched the project, Clean Up the Lake, said there have been some surprises. Divers think they spotted shipwreck planks near Dead Man’s Point, where tribal tales tell of a Loch-Ness-Monster-like creature — later dubbed “Tahoe Tessie″— living beneath Cave Rock.
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Everything you need to know to help search for the HMS Gaspee

The Providence Journal 13 May 2022
Abbass is recruiting volunteers from her Bristol laboratory to help search for the remains of the Gaspee, probably the most famous shipwreck in these waters. Abbass is the principal investigator for the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project ... Volunteering with the Marine Archaeology Project.
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No sea serpents or mobsters – but Tahoe trash divers still strike gold

Irish Independent 13 May 2022
Tahoe’s first casino was built in 1902 by Elias “Lucky” Baldwin, who owned a big chunk of east Los Angeles and built the prominent Santa Anita horse track in 1907.Massive lake-front estates followed for decades, including one used for the filming of ...
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No Signs of Sea Serpents or Mobsters — But Lake Tahoe Trash Divers Strike Gold

NBC Bay Area 13 May 2022
But Colin West, founder of the nonprofit environmental group that launched the project, Clean Up the Lake, said there have been some surprises. Divers think they spotted shipwreck planks near Dead Man’s Point, where tribal tales tell of a Loch-Ness-Monster-like creature — later dubbed “Tahoe Tessie″— living beneath Cave Rock.
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