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Although this name for the lake monster was first coined in,a creature in Okanagan Lake has existed in local Indian legend for centuries.

Later they called it Lake Demon. Under the name Burns Lake the creature of legend is now the popular tourist mascot of Kelowna. A horned rabbit-antelope cross commonly seen as a trophy throughout B.

Burns Lake Exploits vary from region to region. In parts of the interior it is reputed to be the creature that makes clearly defined tracks in the sides of hills.

Carpenter, a Toronto lawyer, was one of the Overlanders who came into B.

On Tuesday, September 30th, the group he was with Burns Lake at the Grand Canyon rapids on the Fraser River, eighty kilometers fifty miles east of Prince George. The Mermaid of Active Pass.

Reports indicated Burns Lake the mermaid had long blonde hair, the lower Laek of a porpoise and was sitting on the rocks eating a salmon. The Times-Colonist newspaper reported the sighting and printed the photo.

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A copy of the newspaper report is available, but unfortunately none of the passengers who reportedly saw the Burns Lake are available for further comment. The Mermaid of Point Grey.

I remember seeing a photo of a newspaper clipping dated from s or s. It described how three local men went Burns Lake fishing with an Indian guide.

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They were off Point Grey the current place of the University of BC when they saw a Burns Lake with yellow hair and brown skin rise her upper body above the surface and stare at them. She surfaced very close to the boat.

Burns Lake The Indian was quite upset by the sighting and told the men that it was a bad omen as some time before another Indian saw a aLke in Squamish River, north of Vancouver, and died soon after. The article concuded that there was no reason to disbelieve these gentlemen as they were well-respected around town.

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