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Thanks again to Jay Rath for digging up another weird report from Wisconsin. This one here discusses a Lake Monster sighting from Lake Geneva and over 100 years ago!
In the 1890s, boaters on Geneva Lake, a southeastern resort lake, as well as on nearby Delavan Lake, reported that the water would mysteriously boil up around them, right before they were capsized. The wet vacationers attributed their mishaps to a serpent who could sometimes be seen following in the wake of lake steamboats. It seemed to lurk near an area known as the Narrows and at the Fontana end of the lake.
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