Hurricane Sandy Brings Old Municipal Stadium Back to the Shores of Lake Erie

Back in 1996, the home of the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Indians was demolished.  Old Municipal Stadium was outdated and no longer needed since the Indians had a brand new place on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario and the Browns, well, you know.  It was decided that the debris from the demolition would be put into Lake Erie to help create 3 man-made reefs for divers and fishermen. 

Well, it appears that Hurricane Sandy was strong enough in Northeast Ohio to remove some of said debris and place it back on the shore line.  Chunks of brick and concrete can be seen in the picture below.  This obviously means only one thing.

The Browns are going to win the Super Bowl.


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