Lake Erie Monster
It's our 50th episode and this time we're covering The Lake Erie Monster, also known as Lem or Lemmy (acronymically derived from Lake Erie Monster), and perhaps most popularly, as Bessie.
Bessie has been described as snake-like, 30-40 feet long, over a foot around. Her colour has been reported as grey, copper, and silver. Some say she has a dog-like head and large fins. Others say she has human-like arms. She has been the subject of superstitious sailors, drunk tourists, and newspaper hoaxes over the centuries. But the legend of the serpentine creature living in Lake Erie likely originated in Native American culture.
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