Tourists and residents in northern Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay will have to wait until at least next year for an underwater crucifix viewing. The Associated Press and the Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau says there will be no organized viewing this winter. Weak ice has caused the cancellation of the popular event; the viewing of an 11-foot underwater crucifix, under more than 20 feet of water. It was brought to Petoskey in 1962 to honor people who died in bodies of water. In 2015, more than 2,000 people stood in line for a viewing.

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