The Avro Arrow was a Canadian supersonic fighter jet that proved ahead of it’s time.  In 1959 it came to a dramatic and mysterious end when the Canadian government scrapped the project and destroyed all planes, practically overnight.  While no planes remain, the original aerodynamic models rest at the bottom of Lake Ontario off of Point Petre on the southern tip of Prince Edward County.  The focus of many searches, the models remain hidden among a debris field of cold-war test rockets. (Click here to watch the Avro Arrow Heritage Minute.)