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W-File: lmpewaukeelake.html

Type: Lake Monster
Location: Pewaukee Lake, Waukesha County, Wisconsin

Source: The W-Files book by Jay Rath, page 31.



In the 1890s, reports were made of "a huge green thing traveling like a gray streak." This particular beast spouted water from its head. A reward was offered for its capture, but fear was so high that no one even tried to collect it.

One witness claimed to have thrown a spear at the creature, only to see the weapon rebound from its hide as if it were made of rock or iron.


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