The Gloucester Sea Serpent
How has this myth been changed overtime?
History of the Gloucester Sea Serpent
Modern Day Research
1817-1819 - Many people claimed to have seen a monster that looked like a combination of the Lochness Monster and the Lake Champlain Monster (Fama, 2012)
1817-1819 - This Gloucester Sea Serpent was noticed in the gulf of Mainemany, by hundreds of people (Fama, 2012)
1818 - A captain rich claimed to have harpooned the Gloucester Sea Serpent (Fama, 2012).
1918 - There were Series of sightings of a mysterious sea creature lurking in the Gloucester Harbor (The Folklorist: The Gloucester Sea Serpent, 2015).
1962 - Gloucester Sea Serpent was last noticed/seen in the Gloucester Harbor(Morphy, 2010).
Theory 2 - The Gloucester Harbor is inhabited by a sea serpent.
Theory 3 - The sea serpent is a mixture of the Lochness Monster and the Lake Champlain Monster.
Fama, Elizabeth. "Debunking a Great New England Sea Serpent." Tor.com. N.p., 16 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 May 2016.
Morphy, Rob. "GLOUCESTER SEA SERPENT (MASSACHUSETTS, USA) - Cryptopia - Exploring The Hidden World." Cryptopia Exploring The Hidden World. N.p., 03 Feb. 2010. Web. 10 May 2016.
New England's Insomniac Theatre. "Gloucester Harbor Days of the Sea Serpent." YouTube. N.p., 12 Mar. 2015. Web. 10 May 2016.