Sunday, 19 August 2007

The Caddy

Off the British Colombian coast of Cadboro Bay lives a monster, affectionately named Caddy or Cadborosaurus Willsi. It is described as a long, serpent like beast with flippers, hair on the neck, and a camel like head. Reported as between 40 to 70 ft in length, the monster has been seen less than 100 times in the last 60 years, but the sightings remain consistent and precise, usually because it is visible long enough to get an accurate description. The descriptions place Caddy as some sort of a mammal, long and slender, with a bifurcated tail. It has been sighted eating ducks and seagulls.


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