Monday, October 3, 2011
Tales from the West Coast
Cady might not be as popular as the Loch Ness creature, but it's equally fascinating: "Toward the tail it appeared serrated,...with something moving flail-like at the extreme end. The movements were like those of a crocodile. Around the head appeared a sort of mane, which drifted around the body like kelp."
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Tales from the West Coast, Adrienne Mason, 2003, Altitude Publishing.