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First reported in 60s, dark-colored, two-humped serpentine monster near Darien, Georgia.  Sighted many times by seasoned fishermen.

The Loch Ness monster of Georgia said to inhabit the Altahama River, also called Ha-Ha. The Tama Indians of the area have a legend of a large, snake-like creature. Reports of a 'big snake' continued into modern times. Reported to be 1- to 30 feet long, with a snout,flat tail,dorsal fin with the thickness of a man's body and swims with an undulating motion.