Samuel de Champlain


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PORT HENRY | Champ can run, but he can’t hide. Not forever — at least that is the view of Champ hunter Katy Elizabeth, who has made a career of searching for the fabled Lake Champlain sea creature. And after years on the hunt, now she says she’s... Read more

The Sun


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PORT HENRY | Sightings of the sea monster known as Champ — and don’t dare call him mythical — have been reported up and down the length of Lake Champlain, but he makes his home in Port Henry... Read more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | Lake Champlain is smaller than the Great Lakes, but Vermont politicians (jockeying to get taxpayer funds for a variety of special projects) have tried to reclassify it as the fifth Great Lake... Read more

The Vermont Eagle


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TICONDEROGA | Geographically speaking, Ticonderoga was once among the most important places in North America. Historically speaking, it may soon be again. Read more

The Sun


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For generations, Vermonters and New Yorkers, believers and skeptics, adults and children have searched for answers to tell us the truth about Champ, America’s very own Loch Ness monster, believed to make its home in the beautiful Lake Champlain. Read more

NCL Magazine