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Rich in history, stubbornly rural and forever beautiful, remote Wallowa County, Ore., calls out to generations to return again, and again and again Dezz via Creative Commons Wallowa Lake Mysteries of an Oregon beach On the Oregon coast, science, legend, and wild theories are intertwined at Nehalem, where archaeologists, historians, treasure ...
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#1 May 6, 2011
Hello, I just wanted to write you to let you know that I read the things said about Wallowa Lake and how there is possibly a monster inside. I possibly think this may be true; Maybe not a monster but a prehistoric creature maybe. I have lived in Union County my whole life and i have been to Wallowa Lake many of times. I have never got inside the water or even put my feet inside. Since i was five years old this lake has petrified me, even before i heard these stories. I have heard people mention that in some parts of the lake; there is no recorded depth, because it is too deep to continue the measurement. So i do believe that it may be possible and safe to think, this lake is conected to a bigger body of water.
P.S. That Lake is a mystery.
#3 May 13, 2011
Sounds like a lame attempt to encourage tourism.
#4 Jan 10, 2015
Wally has been around over 60 years far before tourism became an issue to this area
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