Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Historic B-52 found in Lake Murray

Below: a diver investigates the sunken B-52
Divers discover rock icon on the bottom of man-made lake

B & P News - Lake Murray

This week a team of divers reported yet another significant find on the floor of Lake Murray -- one of four historic B-52's that mysteriously disappeared from the pop music scene in the 1990's.

"We've been looking for this B-52 for a while, " said expedition leader Spence Dooley. "Since around the time Love Shack fell off the charts. We knew we were on the right track when we found a rare species of crayfish, known as the Rock Lobster, in the lake."

Dooley said he and his team had to "roam around the world" in search of the well-concealed B-52. The find is expected to lure dozens of inquisitive, flamboyantly dressed tourists to the Lake Murray area.

Though not asked for a comment, state GOP chairman Katon Dawson said the discovery of the B-52 was "a sign that the state's economy is picking up steam." Other signs of improvement Dawson noted were the "Hot Doughnuts Now" light at Krispy Kreme and the friendliness of the squirrels in his backyard.

Democratic Party director Lachlan McIntosh, also not asked to comment, shimmied vigorously about his party headquarters before offering, "Tin roof...rusted."

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