Drought Causes Submerged Church to Reappear
March 12, 2016
A chilling relic of the past reappeared from the depths of a reservoir in Mexico as a once-submerged 16th century church became visible again due to a devastating drought.
The Catholic church as well as the town it once inhabited were flooded over in 1962 as part of the construction of a dam.
But with a drought causing water levels to decrease precipitously, the church is once again visible to residents in the area.
While some may attribute the reappearance of the eerie edifice to a 'sign from above,' this is the third time such an event has happened, suggesting that the message may be falling on deaf ears.
Source: The Telegraph