- Jun 8, 2013
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Yes. Lake Superior is so deep and cold that bodies supposedly either don't decay or decay very slowly. There's no telling how many bodies would be found if you could somehow drag every square foot of the bottom of that lake. Crater Lake in Oregon is even deeper, so there are probably quite a few bodies at the bottom of it, too. Lake Tahoe isn't far behind, and that lake is popular with tourists who probably don't realize that they're swimming with dead human bodies.Body dumps and possible drownings too. I imagine there are plenty more.
Living on a Great Lake, we know there are hundreds of bodies in there. That is not even counting animal drownings etc. That's why we have treatment plants.