FRONTIERS OF ZOOLOGY Dale A. Drinnon has been a researcher in the field of Cryptozoology for the past 30+ years and has corresponded with Bernard Heuvelmans and Ivan T. Sanderson. He has a degree in Anthropology from Indiana University and is a freelance artist and writer. Motto: "I would rather be right and entirely alone than wrong in the company with all the rest of the world"--Ambroise Pare', "the father of modern surgery", in his refutation of fake unicorn horns.
Scott Mardis submitted the following information:
from Vermont Monster Guide, 2009
Interestingly among the states other novelties there seems to be a traditional dragon or "Hippogryph", an "Agropelter" and a kind of swamp monster towards the bottom of the map (Tyler Stone's Freshwater monkey?) The giant snake shown in the middle of the map is supposed to be one of those "Giant Blacksnakes." I do also have an unconfirmed statement that giant salamanders live at Lake Champlain.
As to this "dinosaur" report, I'd like to be able to say it was a Plesiosaur seen on land, but on the other hand the reported dimensions are very much like the giant otter or "Master-otter" reports.