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Ohio Mysteries


Feb 17, 2020

Since the 1700s, Ohio settlers have been reporting sightings of an unusual aquatic species, describing it as 17- to 60-feet long with a sleek body. In the 90s, voters in a newspaper poll named the local legend South Bay Bessie and businessmen raised a reward fund to pay anyone who could catch it. But the Lake Erie Monster remains elusive, and speculation continues as to what the serpentine encounters may have been.
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