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The Legend Of Memphre©

The legend of Memphre© is here presented by the Kingdom Swim in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Billy Connor, the first person to swim across Lake Memphremagog between the United States and Canada in 1955 in 18 hours 55 minutes, was one of the first swimmers to meet Memphre©. He talked about the old times and old swims when he recently met contemporary

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Māori Mythology, Taniwha Of The Deep

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. The Scottish have the Loch Ness Monster. The people of Vermont have their Memphré. The Welsh have the Afanc. The Japanese have the Amabie (アマビエ). The Indians have the Makara. And the Māori of New Zealand also believe there is something more to fear than sharks and jellyfish. The taniwha are

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