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Type: Lake Monster
Location: Lake Superior

Source: The Great Lakes Triangle book by Jay Gourley, page 46. (Published in 1977 by Fawcett Publications, Inc., Greenwich, Connecticut)



Ancient Chippewa superstition describes a giant sturgeon in Lake Superior. The huge legendary fish is capable of swallowing a whole ship. It can, with the flick of a fin, churn into boiling violence a small spot on the surface of the lake. Many Chippewa braves have seen either the fish or clear evidence of it.

The fish has not been seen by a white man who has lived to report it.

Factual origin of the legend is unknown.

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