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Local Supernaturals Who Demand A Book
Hosted by Camilla @ Reader In The Attic

Share your local stories of ghosts, supernaturals and what happens around your area. Either where you live, or nearby; can also share your own personal scary experience. These are the stories which you think, deserve their own novel – could add a blurb to the story. Can share as many stories as you wish as long they’re horror/supernatural/scary/ghostly etc.


The Legend of Ogopogo aka Lake Monster

It is said of this creature that inhabits Lake Okanagan, it is Canadas Loch Ness Monster.

This reminds me, in Fear The Walking Dead when John and Strand are marooned on a small island, they fear the creature in the lake and make a raft to get to the other side but fail miserably. The lake monster eats zombies. Gah!marooned

This video is interesting. It is an episode of a tv show called “In Search of” from the 1970’s and was narrated by the late Leonard Nemoy! RIP🖖 This creature has been spotted by dozens of people over the years, dating back to the days where the Okanagan people warned their children not to go into the water unsupervised, or the creature would devour them.

Ogopogo is often described as dark and multi-humped, with green, black, brown or gray skin. The head is said to look like that of a snake, sheep, horse, seal or even an alligator. Some eyewitnesses say it has ears or horns; others don’t. Many sightings simply describe a featureless “log” that came alive. The latest was in the news recently.

Have you seen Ogopogo lately?


David Halbauer from the Okanagan Lake area says he has seen what he thinks is Ogopogo. I thought it looked like a small snake and nothing like a big dinosaur depicted in the photos.



3 thoughts on “There’s something in the water

  1. Tammy says:

    This is a cool legend, I would love to actually see something like this! Or maybe it’s better if it just stays a mystery?


  2. I am deeply offended that my friend didn’t tell me this story when we went to Lake Okanagan when I visited Canad this past May! This is such a cool legend and this would much for such a cool story!

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