The lake has many stories associated with it. During World War II, a number of pilots chose the lake for emergency soft landing when they were attacked by the enemies. In this process a number of aircrafts disappeared and drowned in the lake. So the Americans called it as "Lake of no return" as the pilots did not return from here.
After losing the battle, The Japanese soldiers lost their way and perished into the lake.
During the construction of the Ledo road, the American soldiers went to examine the lake and got stuck in the plantation of the lake, here never to come back.
A number of British troops got lost in the sand lake.
The local tribes believe that any aircraft that flies over the lake never comes back to reaches its destination.
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