In June of 2003, the University of Michigan’s half-million dollar ROV (remotely operated vehicle) M-ROVER combed the depths of Glen Lake for two days as part of a joint expedition with students from the two local high schools - Leelanau and Glen Lake. An ice shanty, boat anchor and fishing pail were discovered, but the Rescue eluded the searchers.

The rumors may have been proved partially true in 2006, when a sonar team from the Michigan State Police found a boat about 30’ in length in one of the deepest parts of the lake while looking for a drowning victim that has yet to be recovered. State Police divers were said to have dived the wreck and possibly filmed it, though the footage was never made public.

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