The Frightening Forked Lake Lusus Naturae

Forked Lake is a large picturesque body of water located in the Adirondack Park within the State of New York. As with many large bodies of water, there are always at least a scattering of odd supernatural sightings and paranormal phenomenon.  With each passing year, there have been more reports of the Forked Lake Monster, aka Forked Lake Lusus Naturae, as the locals call it. The creature is said to be at least 12-15 feet in length with a unique mostly crimson coloring. At night its eyes glow an ominous orange along with the azure shimmering of its tentacles. Witnesses describe the blasphemous behemoth as a giant squid with two Narwhal like horns on the top of its head. There are also some Killer Whale features such as the black dorsal fin.😈

Signs Of The Paranormal Monstrosity

The Forked Lake Lusus Naturae is notorious for capsizing boats and scaring local tourists. Especially when it scoops swimmers down into the murky depths before catapulting them back to the surface while letting out a hyena-like laugh. This suggests that the beast is sentient and toys with humans for its own personal joy. So far it hasn’t seriously injured or killed anyone that we know of. However, some blame the monstrosity for missing persons in the area. Cryptid Researchers are relatively sure the Forked Lake Monster is a vegetarian that subsists off plants growing on the lake bed, and along the shores. Various sulfurous gasses bubbling to the water’s surface every so often is suspected to be the monsters doing. This wouldn’t be that out of the ordinary for a large herbivore as they are often notorious for producing noxious gasses.💩

The Origins Of The Alarming Lake Monster

The origins of the Forked Lake Monstrosity are rumored to lie at an abandoned top-secret Adirondack Mountains facility. A place of magical experimentation run by dark wizard masters. Possibly Level 9 or greater!  The first sightings coincide with the forced closing of the facility in the late 1990s by paranormal crime fighters. These despicable masters of maligned magic were looking for ways to mystically combine, and enhance animal species. All in a misguided effort to create the perfect supernatural being for use in a monstrous army of darkness!  A deadly attack beast that would follow telepathic commands at will.

Could The Forked Lake Lusus Naturae Actually Be Human?

There were even whisperings of human brains being used in the dark enchanted experiments. It’s plausible the Forked Lake Lusus Naturae was an innocent human whose brain was transplanted into a horrifying hybrid body via supernatural surgery! Now trapped as a monster all they have to live for is tormenting people! Yet they retain enough of their humanity so as not to cause too much harm. Certainly, communication in their present form would be next to impossible! Various Practitioners Of Magic and Cryptozoologists have said they could work together to transplant the human brain back into a male or female human form. Of course, they would have to first make some kind of psychic contact to determine if the monster is actually human. If you spot the Forked Lake Fright then contact Mystic Investigations or the Adirondack Mountain Monster Society ASAP so we can help it, and remove any future potential threat it might possess!🐙

The Dark Legends Of Lake Tahoe

Tahoe TessieLake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America. It is approximately 72 miles around and around 1,645 feet deep at its deepest point. It is a major tourist attraction in California and Nevada. People flock to its crystalline blue waters year-round for skiing, boating, gaming, fishing, hiking and camping.
But is there a sinister side to this pristine mountain jewel? Could there be something not-so-nice lurking beneath Lake Tahoe’s sparkling azure surface? Some people seem to think so.  Among them are a dumping ground for mob corpses, and an American Loch Ness Monster!  Read The Rest Of This Awesome Article At The Weird World Of C. L. Hernandez…

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