Montauk Monster's Canadian Cousin Found In Kitchenuhmaykoosib

A strange dead creature, resembling the Montauk Monster‘s cousin, has been discovered near Kitchenuhmaykoosib Canada.

Not a lot of details, but several photos have been released on kitchenuhmaykoosib.com

This creature was first discovered by Sam the Dog a local dog. It was discovered first week of May in the creek section of town, hikers noticed sam sniffing something in the water and they approached to see in what the sam had detected and they noticed the creature in the water face down. The Dog jumped in the lake and pulled the creature to the rocks and dragged it out for the hikers to see and these are the photos they took.
The creatures tail is like a rats tail and its a foot long.



On www.kitchenuhmaykoosib.com Superstitions page, the finding of the creature is considered a ‘bad omen’

A weird looking foot long animal ( a cross breed of an otter & muskrat) with a rat
tail & a white almost a human face was found in the shore of KI drowned.
No one knows what it is but our ancestors used to call it the Ugly One. Rarely seen but when seen, it’s bad omen,something bad will happen according to our
ancestors. The animal was photographed by local non native Male Nurse on
the first weekend of May, 2010.

A Flickr account linked from the site has this odd collection of photos called ‘Dragging for creature’ from May 20th, 2010
See a slide show of the photos

This isn’t the first odd or paranormal activity in Kitchenuhmaykoosib. Also from the Superstitions page:

Back in the 20s & before, people at that time were nomadic living in the bush
& not staying in one place, during rainy & snowy weathers, they said there is
a being covered with some hair & was mostly constructed with skeleton used
to fly & made awful horrible scream/sound. If you saw it, you would go insane.

Kitchenuhmaykoosib also has their own Loch Ness Monster and in the 40’s and 50’s, locals used to see Mermaids sitting on rock islands or popping out of the waters.

The locals also claim there is a bottomless ‘depth’ near one of the islands of Kitchenuhmaykoosib.
Native Elders said that this is where large snakes & mermaids come up from.

Not a lot of info available on Kitchenuhmaykoosib, a small town on Small Trout Lake in Ontario with a population of around 1,200.

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