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What ever it is, it isn’t getting eaten

In the summer of 1974, Walt and Ginger Mick of Yakima took a “sailing vacation” in the Puget Sound with their 10-year-old son, Tadd, and one of his friends. One lazy day, with their 36-foot Ericson sailboat slowly drifting off Orcas Island in the San Juans, Ginger had her fishing line at 200-foot depth when she got a bite. What she reeled in was 10 inches of, well, what she described as “a most bizarre ‘fish.’” She pu …

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