In Canadian folklore, the Turtle Lake Monster is an entity purportedly inhabiting Turtle Lake, in West Central Saskatchewan Canada. The Monster is usually described as a creature 3–9 metres long, scaly, with no dorsal fin…Read More Turtle Lake Monster
The Dewey Lake Monster is the name given to a legendary creature said to be approximately 10 feet (3.0 metres) tall and weighing about 500 pounds (230 kilograms), which first gained wide notoriety in June…Read More Dewey Lake Monster
In Norwegian folklore, Selma is a large snake-like lake monster said to live in the 13 km long Lake Seljord in Seljord, Telemark, Norway.Read More Selma (lake monster)
The Bear Lake Monster is a being appearing in folklore near Bear Lake, on the Utah–Idaho border. The myth originally grew from articles written in the 19th century by Joseph C. Rich, a Mormon colonizer…Read More Bear Lake monster
Jason Asselin was taking in the fall foliage with a friend in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. When they stopped at Lake Superior to photograph a gorgeous rainbow, things got spooky.Read More Was a ‘ghost ship’ spotted on Lake Superior?
Memphre is a long-necked lake monster cryptid that allegedly lives in Lake Memphremagog, Quebec, Canada.Read More Memphre