Ogopogo: The True Story of the Okanagan Lake Million Dollar Monster

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Hancock House, 1986 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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The Indians feared Naitaka, the monster of Okanagan Lake which had to be appeased with animal sacrifices. Early white settlers also sighted the creature but often told no one, fearing ridicule. As the Okanagan Valley population grew, sightings of the monster, renamed Ogopogo, were reported more frequently. A number of observers have photographed what they believe to be Ogopogo. Many of these photos are included in this book, some being published for the first time. Monster hunters around the world are paying more attention to Ogopogo now that Lloyd's of London has offered a $1,000,000 for conclusive proof of Ogopogo's existence. This offer is good until February 1, 1985. Will you be the one to collect?

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