Tsinquaw

Freshwater Monster of British Columbia, Canada.

Physical description: Blackish-gray. Humps. Distribution: Cowichan Lake, British Columbia.

Significant sightings: Something grabbed Abe Johnston's line as he was fishing in his rowboat in October 1959 and pulled him around the lake until the line snapped.

In 1995, Jaz Jazlowiecki and three others saw a blackish-gray animal with two humps that swam at about 5-10 miles an hour, creating a wave.

Sources: Fort William (Ont.) Daily TimesJournal, October 7, 1959; Nanaimo (B.C.) Free Press, September 12, 1960; Mary Moon, Ogopogo (Vancouver, Canada: J. J. Douglas, 1977), p. 152; John Kirk, In the Domain of Lake Monsters (Toronto, Canada: Key Porter Books, 1998), p. 6.

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