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LEGEND OF THE WALHALLA MONSTER WHO ABDUCTED AN INDIAN
MAIDEN LONG AGO AND WAS BELIEVED BY INDIANS IN THE
AREA TO HAVE LIVED IN THE LAKE.

Submitter comment: THIS STORY IS TOLD EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT AS THE VACATIONERS
AT THIS RESORT END THEIR STAY. THE GROUP ASSEMBLES AROUND
A BONFIRE AND, ON CUE, THE OWNER, DRESSED AS THE MONSTER,
COMES OUT OF THE LAKE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; WALHALLA

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Entertainment Diversion
BELIEF -- Supernatural Being
BELIEF -- Still water Small body.

Date learned: 10-00-1983

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