Bear Lake Monster Is there really a bear lake monster? Many people throughout the years have reported seeing a “monster” in Bear Lake. Her name is Isabella, but many people don’t know that. Bear Lake and Loch Ness Monster, same creature?
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Many people throughout the years have reported seeing a “monster” in Bear Lake. Her name is Isabella, but many people don’t know that.
A lot of people think that the Bear Lake monster and the Loch Ness monster, Nessie, are the same creature that travels through an underground channel that connects Bear Lake and Loch Ness together.
They asked a girl that works at LaBeau’s Drive-In what the Bear Lake Monsters name was. She said, ”I dunno, I guess Bear Lake is just it’s name, maybe Raspy because of all the rasberries.”
“She should have a nice Indian name because the Indians saw her first.” said a lady at a gas station. Little did she know it already had a name, a little eight year old girl had entered a contest and won by suggesting the name Isabella. “I saw it in a movie once, and I guess I just liked it.”
One man claims he saw it shoot out of the water similar to what a whale does. He said that it had a long neck, red eyes, and dark green skin. Sometimes, colorful ripples will appear in the lake, many people thing that this is because of the monster, swimming through the water.
A boy that lives close to Bear Lake was driving by a cliff and discovered it looked windy. He decided to name it “The Bear Lake monster” because of it’s windy appearance.
A man, taking a trip to Sweden, swears that he saw a monster in the lake. He said that it has a dog head and fins. Many people have claimed to also have seen the monster. They call it Isabella’s long lost cousin.