Just heard of this one today !!
Lake Monster of Weatherford, Texas BIGFOOT Species Sasquatch
Unknown Creature in TX
Uploaded on Aug 13, 2010
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I love all these accounts from across the world,they all hold a great deal of consistency in description and they can all individually be allocated to
a certain species it seems..I have never seen one..But..I was paying a visit to loch Lomond in 2010 and the plan was to camp on an island which of
coarse we had to row to by inflatable Kayak..Let me just say that once you are in the middle of these large bodies of water(certainly Lochs)there is a
very eerie feel to it,notably the near jet black water and it makes you feel vulnerable..Anyway one day i was on my own rowing(single man
inflateable)and was in very open water just cruising along lying horizontal,when i went over 'something' which made me arch my back,as you do when
you go over a rock to prevent a puncture,all i can say is that it was very deep and i can't see what else it could have been,as it seemed rounded and
not artificial,like a wreck? Plus it was in water hundreds of feet deep..Of coarse i was freaked out and paddled back very quickly..So who knows
lol..But a story i thought i'd share nonetheless..
Firstly; the critter in my avatar space is "Mishpashu".
The interwebz just describes him as a water spirit.
A Native Elder on Manitoulin Island (largest fresh water island in the world) in Northern Ontario told me Mishpashu
is a protector of the people on the great lakes. He is described as a lizard creature with the face of a Lynx with horns like a cow. He lives in caves
at the base of the La-cloche Mountains that end at the shore of the North Chanel of Lake Huron in Georgian Bay.
I captured the image on a rock face on the North shore of Lake Superior in 2005.
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