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Magazine Article- south American nessies

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Ive been trying to track down this old story( or one of its possibly more than one published incarnations)- I first saw it years ago in a Vintage "Strange Tales" sort of magazine ( can not remember at present, if it was this same one or different publication- but I believe a fairly well known one) The issue and magazine as a whole dated anywhere roughly from Circa the 1920s- 1960s Approximately,-- The story centered on an account in the later 1800s in South America (possibly Argentina I believe) where a group of fellas Ex military or possibly Gauchos (South American cowboys) were trekking for some reason in a remote (semi desert or barren I think) region where there was a lake (or a few small ones close together) when they came across what were later reported as PLesiosaur like creatures ( i think more than one) in the lake and on shore possibly.

Does anyone recall this story and the same publication I refer to where it was featured?( or also another publication where it was featured?)

Thanks for any Heads up.

Jon.

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Ive been trying to track down this old story( or one of its possibly more than one published incarnations)- I first saw it years ago in a Vintage "Strange Tales" sort of magazine ( can not remember at present, if it was this same one or different publication- but I believe a fairly well known one) The issue and magazine as a whole dated anywhere roughly from Circa the 1920s- 1960s Approximately,-- The story centered on an account in the later 1800s in South America (possibly Argentina I believe) where a group of fellas Ex military or possibly Gauchos (South American cowboys) were trekking for some reason in a remote (semi desert or barren I think) region where there was a lake (or a few small ones close together) when they came across what were later reported as PLesiosaur like creatures ( i think more than one) in the lake and on shore possibly.

Does anyone recall this story and the same publication I refer to where it was featured?( or also another publication where it was featured?)

Thanks for any Heads up.

Jon.

Maybe you are talking about Nahuelito?

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