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The Story Behind Dauphin's Lady Liberty

Dec 08, 2015 08:37AM ● By Kevin

Photo courtesy of Kurt Komoda via Flickr.

According to a report on CBS News, the great mystery surrounding the sudden appearance of a Statue of Liberty replica in the middle of the Susquehanna River in central Pennsylvania has been solved. 

Located in Dauphin, the original appeared in 1986, but was later destroyed by harsh weather conditions, which triggered a rebirth of the statue, stronger and now standing at 25 feet tall. This fun find can be full enjoyed by watching Steve Hartman's full report in the below video.

The mystery of Pennsylvania's Lady Liberty: CBSN Special

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