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    Scott Waters bought a deep sea submersible that was in storage and has formed a team to refit the 1970s era submarine with modern technology. He plans on it being used for scientific research or the film industry.

Scott Waters bought a deep sea submersible that was in storage and has formed a team to refit the 1970s era submarine with modern technology. He plans on it being used for scientific research or the film industry. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Scott Waters bought a deep sea submersible that was in storage and has formed a team to refit the 1970s era submarine with modern technology. He plans on it being used for scientific research or the film industry. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Why this Kansan bought a deep-sea submarine

November 17, 2016 7:00 AM