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What Lies Beneath Lake Iliamna?
Large, isolated lake harbors mystery, if no monster
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By Matt Bille

Anonymous. 1988.  The Iliamna Lake Monster, Alaska, January, p.17. Alsworth, Glen.  2000.  Personal communication, November 2.

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Mystery monster tales keep Newhalen residents on guard, Anchorage Times, July 8. Hendry, Andrew P.  1996.

At the End of the Run, Ocean Realm, March/April, p.52. International Game Fish Association, World Record Freshwater Fish, http://www.schoolofflyfishing.com/resources/worldfreshrecords.htm, accessed January 29, 2000.

LaPorte, Tim.  2000. Personal communication, October 5. Larson, Don.  Sturgeon Page, http://www.worldstar.com/~dlarson/html/welcome.html, accessed January 29, 2000. Larson, Don.  2000.

Personal communication, January 31. Lew, Warner.  2000.  Personal communications, September 25 and 26.

Mangiacopra, Gary.  1992.  Theoretical Population Estimates of the Large Aquatic Animals in Selected Freshwater Lakes of North America. Academic paper.

McKinney, Debra.  1989.  Believe it or Not, Anchorage Daily News, April 14, p.H1.

Morgan, L.  1978.  A Monster Mystery, Alaska, January, p.8. Additional correspondence, comments, and research furnished by Chris Orrick.

 
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