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 Georgia's Cryptozoology Myths and Legends

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PostSubject: Georgia's Cryptozoology Myths and Legends   8/5/2012, 11:31 pm

History of the Altamaha River







Altamaha better know as "Altie", is said to be a prehistoric sea serpernt that lives in the Altamaha River. Altie is reported to be 20 to 30 feet in length, as thick as a man's body, and have several humps and rather dark skin. Reports of Altie date back to the Tama Indians who told tales of the huge water serpent that hissed and bellowed. The first modern reports were in the 1920's by a group of lumberjacks. In 1940, Altie was sighted again by a group of Boyscouts, and again in 1959 by officials of Reidsville State Prison. Reports of Alite have risen since the 1970's, could this be due to the rapid population growth

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PostSubject: Re: Georgia's Cryptozoology Myths and Legends   8/9/2012, 12:09 am

maybe linda,,,,but maybe its just more people on drugs!! Seriously, I belive there are lots more species on this planet that have yet to be discovered.

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PostSubject: cryptozoology   8/10/2012, 3:09 pm

I agree with you Janet I lived downt there by that river for along time and went fishing and swimming in it alot and I aint never heard of this thing until I found it online. Some backwoods redneck with to much moonshine and an active imagination lol.Probably trying to keep people out of their fishing hole:) Laughing Suspect

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