Nestled ominously at the bottom of a Swiss lake is a sight that could leave even the most fearless divers with a brown wetsuit.
Deep within the murky depths Lake Neuchâtel, Switzerland, is a menacing 20-foot fiberglass shark, boasting a devilishly wicked grin.
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Since its discovery in 2002 (imagine being that guy) the submerged statue has evolved into an eerie underwater attraction.
It’s been long-speculated the shark may have been a prop for an experimental short film called Choc au Lac! which was filmed in 1975 by a group of 176 kids from Neuchâtel. The film was never finished, and the terrifying statue was left abandoned underwater.
Others reckon it’s simply a prank.
Whatever it is, it’s a sick jump-scare.
After Clairsy & Lisa had a chat about the shark, they opened the phones about what scared the absolute bejesus out of you…
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