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Something was clogging one of the channels that released
water from the bottom of the dam at the Tuttle Creek
Reservoir in Arkansas. The foreman of the dam's
maintenance crew hired a team of three divers to see
what the problem might be.
They had only been gone a few moments when two of the
divers almost exploded out of the water, sputtering and
gasping for air, trying desperately to climb out of the
"What's wrong?" shouted the foreman. "What's happened?
Where's the third guy?"
The two divers talked at once and made no sense.
"It's the size of a truck!"
"It bit him in half!"
"What are you telling me?" the foreman said.
Shaking uncontrollably, almost crying from fear, one of
the divers said, "There's a huge fish down there. An
enormous catfish. The size of a car. It's at the bottom
of the dam, blocking the channel. It must be eating
everything the current carries its way."
"And it just ate Harry," the other diver said.
"You're out of your minds," the foreman said.
"No. The fish bit him in half. He's dead."
"Bulló" the foreman began. But as he looked over the
railing, he saw a dark reddish stain on the water. And
then a human leg bobbed up to the surface.
the Giant Catfish
Variations: Almost every dam and lock in the United
States has a story of a giant fish that devours swimmers
or maintenance men. There are even tales of marine
monsters lurking near oil rigs off the coast of Texas
and swimming amid the wreckage of the USS Arizona in
Story by Eric
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