Lake monster investigator Benjamin Radford notes “however, that these First
Nations stories were not referring to a literal lake monster like Ogopogo, but
The story of Ogopogo begins with Native legends. I believe that all legends are
partially based on fact. Native culture and history is passed on from generation to
Jun 27, 2012 ... The Ogopogo is a cryptid, like the Loch ness monster or Sasquatch. The story
originated from the Okanagan tribe of native americans. This clip ...
Not Ogopogo, or at least not the Indian stories upon which it is supposedly based
: that of the fearsome N'ha-a-itk.  The N'ha-a-itk / Ogopogo link is firmly ...
Is the Ogopogo myth or reality? ... The Ogopogo is considered a close relative of
Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster of ... Do you have a story about the Ogopogo?
The ogopogo sightings seen on video give some credibility to its existence. You
be the judge and decide if the Ogopogo belongs with the other real life sea ...
Aug 22, 2012 ... Sightings of Ogopogo—N'ha-a-itk as native Okanagan residents call ... to in
James Alan Gardner's All the Cool Monsters At Once short story.
Aug 12, 2010 ... The natives had stories of the Ogopogo going back hundreds of years, but it was
not until 1872 that the first written records of sightings began to ...
Ogopogo . . . the famed sea monster of Lake Okanagan, Canada. .... Lots of
people dispute the Ogopogo story but I know what I saw and will swear to it."
It was a sunny Sunday went I first saw Ogopogo with my own eyes. I had heard
stories of Ogopogo here and there; they had come to me in whispers. The history