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Monstrous Mysteries of Alaska
Posted on Sunday, 3 October, 2004 |
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There was no question that John Lee’s skiff had seen better days.
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#1 Posted by
on 10 October, 2004, 20:30
Aw Thats Sad.
#2 Posted by
on 28 October, 2006, 8:29
You have to be careful of the sources for this one. Because in Alaska (I know this because I used to live there) People make up a lot of things to keep themselves busy in the long winter months. Though, the mudflats are dangerous... Can't tell if a lot of the other stuff there is. Hunters stories are like that.
#3 Posted by
on 30 October, 2006, 0:30
Can tell even the writer is leaning this being more of a myth than the truth. Makes good reading though.
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