Posted by: Adam Davies on April 23rd, 2014
In 1999, I was part of a team that investigated “Selma” the Seljord Serpent, which is Norway’s Nessie.
I saw the creature. Dark in appearance, it undulated through the water as it moved. Later, it reminded me of the woodcuts I had seen of it, which showed clear barbs on its back. It was a remarkable experience.
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