It may not look like much at first glance, but if you look closer, you'll be able to tell what looks like a bunch of old wood on the shore is actually a mysterious shipwreck.

According to Fox News, dozens of observers have flocked to the White Lake channel near the White River Light Station to see the shipwreck after photos emerged on social media earlier this week showing a partially deteriorated wooden hull coated with ice.

The big question, where in the hell did this shipwreck come from? Better yet, when is it from? Some residents believe the wreck may be the remnants of the L.C. Woodruff, which was built in 1866 and fell apart during a bad storm in 1878 near White River Light Station on Lake Michigan. At this point though, no one really knows for sure. We'll have to wait until some kind of an archaeological investigation is complete.