Michigan Triangle

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noun - The Michigan Triangle is an area of Lake Michigan where unexplained phenomena have reportedly occurred. There are numerous stories of the supposed appearance of strange creatures; unexplained vanishings; time standing still, slowing to a crawl, or speeding up; and other unusual happenings.

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Location

According to author Linda S. Godfrey in her book Weird Michigan (2006), the Michigan Triangle is located over central Lake Michigan. One side stretches from the town of Ludington to Benton Harbor in Michigan; another links from Benton Harbor to Manitowoc, Wisconsin; the final side connects Manitowoc back to Ludington.

Marathon Swimming

The 90-mile (144.8 km) Great Lake Swim, a solo marathon swim by Jamie Patrick, will take place in and near the Lake Michigan Triangle in August 2014.

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