Ogopogo | British Columbia
Lake-dwelling serpentine monster.
- Sightings started in the 19th century but have been discredited to being a legendary water spirit, living in Lake Okanagan.
- Other than having the body of a snake, the head has been described to be that of a snake, horse, or even a goat. Sometimes it has long ears or horns with blue or brown scales.
- It eats flesh. That means humans…turn into prey. Hunters become the hunted. Native Americans never traveled across the lake without sacrificial meals on board. Now, its believed the monster dwells in one of the corners of the lake.
- It’s very similar to the Loch Ness monster of Scotland.
- The ogopogo is sometimes thought to be an extinct whale or marine reptile.