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September 20, 2016 AT 7:06 am

Detroit Waterfront History and Mystery Explored in Beautiful Performance #ArtTuesday

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Blending local history with a dose of intraterrestrial fantasy, our event Islands of the Hollow Earth floated up an eastside canal as part of the Totems Arts Festival on August 5th 2016.

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In 1958, a British bomber plane crashed near Harbor Island in Detroit. Only parts of the wreckage were ever found, and we discovered why. According to our exclusive research, the plane punctured a hole in the crust of the hollow earth, allowing a phantom island to pop out from the earth’s core now and then on a canal. This made us very curious. Would we ever be able to see this apparition?

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