What do you think it might be? A boat’s wake? A school of fish? An artifact of the sonar? One of the Loch Ness Monsters?
These turtles do not move from river to river; they’re isolated and have been for millions of years, through many glacial ages.
CHAMPFEST comes to Vermont.
Campbell says, “It’s very upsetting news and we don’t know where she’s gone.”
I have to agree with Jerry Clark, who said to me, “This old earth seems a little smaller without Roy’s presence in it.”
The article, in part, is based on my newest book.
Abominable skeptics (unlike law enforcement officers who know better) love to accept false confessions like Ray Wallace’s.
As the summer of 2013 comes to its unofficial vacation closing, with August fading, watery cryptid sightings are exploding around the English-speaking world.
Our appreciation to Justin Mark, Travis Justin Hill, and Michael Angell for their new contributions to the museum exhibitions.
Have you heard of any encounters this summer between humans and the Lake Champlain Monsters?