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A 2007 tourist's photo remains the best photo of something in Raystown Lake that some believe to be a Loch Ness Monster-type creature they call Raystown Ray. (Submitted Photo)
A team from the Syfy channel's Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files visited Raystown Lake, an 8,300-acre, man-made lake in Huntingdon County, in 2010 in search of a Loch Ness Monster-type creature known as Raystown Ray. They splashed around the lake, diving in the murky waters at night. They took sonar readings. They photographed a floating log in the lake, basically recreating the most famous photo of Ray. They towed a dead carp around the lake as bait, snagging the bottom of the lake.