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The Great New England Sea Serpent

An Account of Unknown Creatures Sighted by Many Respectable Persons Between 1638 and the Present Day

by J. P. O"Neill

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Down East Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Maritime History,
  • History - General History,
  • Literature: Folklore/Mythology,
  • Tales,
  • Folklore,
  • History,
  • Marine Biology,
  • Cryptozoology,
  • Folklore & Mythology,
  • New England,
  • Sea monsters

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8232360M
    ISBN 100892724617
    ISBN 109780892724611
    OCLC/WorldCa41299254

    The great New England sea serpent: an account of unknown creatures sighted by many respectable persons between and the present day by O'Neill, J. P. (Junella Pusbach), Pages: The bestseller Jaws and the blockbuster that followed created such animosity toward sharks that the book’s author became an ardent shark advocate. Twenty-five years after Jaws was published in early , Peter Benchley said he couldn’t have written it again in good conscience. The tale of a great white shark that terrorized a town stoked unjustified fears [ ].

    The Great New England Sea Serpent was last seen off Marblehead Neck in Over the weekend, however, it made another appearance by Landmark Beach, next to West Beach off Route   Down East published “The Great New England Sea Serpent,” in and Paraview Special Editions picked it up when it went out of print. Last month, the book .

    The monster was first reported in ’s An Account of Two Voyages to New England by John Josselyn, who wrote “They told me of a sea serpent, or snake, that lay quoiled up like a cable upon the rock at Cape Ann; a boat passing by with English on board, and two Indians, they would have shot the serpent, but the Indians dissuaded them, saying. The Nahant Sea Serpent, also referred to as the Gloucester Sea Serpent, was a regular visitor to Massachusetts waters during the s. According to A Book of New England Legends and Folk Lore by Samuel Adams Drake (), the first account of the monster was at Gloucester in John Josselyn Gent wrote about the serpent being observed.


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The Great New England Sea Serpent book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this examination of sea serpents, J. O'Neill 4/5. The first reported sighting of a sea serpent in North American waters appears in John Josselyn's An Account of Two Voyages to New England, published init reads: "They told me [in ] of a sea serpent or snake, that lay quoiled up like a cable upon a rock at Cape Ann; a boat passing by with English[men] on board, and two Indians, they would have shot the serpent, but the Indians.

In "The Great New England Sea Serpent," J.P. O'Neill draws on the historical record as well as previously unpublished first-hand accounts to chronicle more than sightings of the mysterious marine creatures inhabiting the Gulf of : In "The Great New England Sea Serpent," J.P.

O'Neill draws on the historical record as well as previously unpublished first-hand accounts to chronicle more than sightings of the mysterious marine creatures inhabiting the Gulf of Maine. Early reviews call ''The Great New England Sea Serpent'' well written and well researched.

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The Nahant Sea Serpent. Samuel Adams Drake wrote about the Cape Ann sea serpent in “A Book of New England Legends and Folk Lore” published in “There is one topic with which the annals of Nahant are inseparably associated that we feel a natural diffidence in approaching, yet cannot in conscience ignore, and that is the sea serpent.

Inside the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine, the Casco Bay sea serpent—in recent years nicknamed “Cassie”—is one of many displays, nestled among more recognizable “cryptids” like Bigfoot, and more obscure ones like the Dover Demon.

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When possible, I try to ship the Seller Rating: % positive. “The Great Sea Serpent” was a heavily illustrated work by Dutch zoologist A.C. Oudemans (). For further reading see “The Great Author: J. Dennis Robinson. Fishermen and whalers across New England flocked to Gloucester Harbor to catch it, setting out nets and baiting shark hooks.

Locals busily searched the Massachusetts seashore for. J.P. O'Neill is the author of The Great New England Sea Serpent ( avg rating, 31 ratings, 4 reviews, published )4/5. J.P. O'Neill, author of The Great New England Sea Serpent, theorizes that the deterioration of the once-fertile fishing areas off of New England by over-fishing may have caused the creature to find another place to eat, or even go extinct.

Ironically that would mean that a hundred years ago there was once a population of sea-serpents, but now. The great creature was seen by locals almost every day that month. Books such as “Gloucester’s Sea Serpent” by Wayne Soinim and “The Great New England Sea Serpent” by J.P. O’Neill chronicle the mass sighting.

The subject of the Gloucester Sea Serpent was even the featured on an episode of Animal Planet’s “The Lost Tapes” in.The Great New England Sea Serpent J. P. O'Neill — Social Science An Account of Unknown Creatures Sighted by Many Respectable Persons Between and the Present Day.The Great New England Sea Serpent.

New York: Paraview Special Editions. Report of a Committee of the Linnaean Society of New England. Portions cited and quoted from affidavits taken from several eyewitnesses by The Hon. Lonson Nash et al., in Heuvelmans– (See also O’Neill43–44, ) Soini, Wayne.