This page is an account of what is known (and hypothesized) about Saugie the River Monster, as originally published by Craig Budreau in the Paisley Advocate.
If you’ve had an encounter with Saugie, or have any information about her history, please let us know!
Email our local paper, addressing our Saugie expert Craig Budreau, at firstname.lastname@example.org
A long, long time ago, there were no people, no families, no little boys or girls, no towns or cities. Long, long ago, the world was different. More land was under water. It was warm all the time and dinosaurs were everywhere.The Brontosaurus (bron-tah-SAW-rus) was a giant, but its mouth was tiny. It ate plants […]
Sightings of the elusive Saugeen River Monster are especially rare this time of year. With low water levels and lots of paddlers still on the river, the ever shy Saugie is likely hiding in one of those deep holes in the Saugeen, waiting for things to quiet down. Sandra Blodgett decided it’s been a little […]
Here are the top entries in the Draw Saugie contest arranged by Sandra Blodgett in November. It was a difficult choice, but the judges finally decided 1st place in the 5 to 8 year old category goes to Alistair Porter, age 7 (top left) with a very glittery version of the beast; honourable mention to […]
In the churning waters of the River Saugeen A beast lies in waiting, rarely seen. This creature survived from times long past, A creature alone, once a forgotten outcast. Its eyes so deep, how darkly they shine They echo a tale, how our paths intertwine. Simon Orchard, a man not unlike you and I, Sat […]