The Monsterwatch Project
Flathead Monster Legend Submission Form
Report a Flathead Monster Legend
It may be that, like many families, yours tells stories about a past Flathead Monster sighting. We would love to record these for future reference. This form should be used when the individual who is said to have seen the monster is deceased and cannot submit sighting information for him- or herself.
It is NOT necessary to identify yourself when you file a report with the Monsterwatch Project, though it is appreciated if you do so. If you do not want to be contacted by the Monsterwatch Project, please do not include your e-mail address on the Data Submission Form. If you choose to include your e-mail address, you may be contacted by the Monsterwatch Project, for follow-up information. Individual report data will not be released to any third party, though collected data will be summarized and reported periodically at this Web site and may be released to the public through other means. Importantly, your e-mail address (and name, if provided) will NOT be distributed to any third party. Please see our anti-Spam notice, below.
If you have any other questions, please contact Kirk Knestis, at the Monsterwatch Project.
Since you are reporting a second-hand sighting, it is not expected that the information presented here will be as specific as that submitted with the Data Submission Form. Just tell the story as you understand it, including whatever detail may be available. Legends, while not necessarily as factually accurate as first-hand sightings, will help set a historical context for more contemporary sightings. Please note that you should not press RETURN until you are done with the form. You may TAB or click between fields.
Flathead Monster Legend Information
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Last updated 10 July 2000