Lake Lagarfljot, also called Lake Logurinn, is situated near Egilsstaoir, in Eastern Iceland. The lake covers approximately 20 square miles, is roughly 15 miles long, 1.5 miles wide and has a maximum depth of about 336 feet. This icy freshwater lake is thought to be the home of a bizarre worm like creature which some believe may be an incarnation of the legendary, Icelandic beast known as Skrimsl.
Though research into the Skrimsl legend has yielded little in the way of information we were able to identify a second name for the creature which actually appears to be more common than the above mentioned Skimsl. Referred to by the locals as Lagarfljotsormurinn accounts of this beast are rare as we were unable to find any further physical description or information.
There is currently no physical evidence to suggest the existence of the creature known as Skrimsl.
No documented sightings of the Skrimsl could be found at this time.
The Stats – (Where applicable)
• Classification: Lake Monster
• Size: Unknown
• Weight: Unknown
• Diet: Unknown
• Location: Lake Lagarfljot, Iceland
• Movement: Unknown
• Environment: Icy Lake