Where Lake Mead is today, there used to be a town called Latter-day Saint in the 1880s.
There was a population of 500 people in this town and simple life was going on here.
But then-President Calvin Coolidge signed a bill in 1928 to build the Boulder, later Hoover, dam.
Due to the construction of this dam, Lake Mead was formed on this town.
Due to the construction of the dam, water started filling in the town and the water level was increasing continuously.
Due to the rising water level, the residents of the city were forced to leave the town.
Rising water completely covered the town and flooded 60 feet above the surface
This was not the first time that there was a flood here, even before this ancient people had occupied this area and cultivated it.