A sea serpent known as the caddy, reported to live on the Pacific Coast of North America. It is said to have a horse like head, a long neck with tandem bumps, small front flippers and large webbed back flippers, and can be anything from 40 to 70 feet long. It has been part of the Chinook Indians folklore for hundreds of years, but was first reported by white settlers in the 1920s. Many people believe that the creature does really exist due to the amount of sightings, not only by town folk but by respected citizens and dignitaries. It has also been spotted on more than one occasion by groups of people. The description of the caddy largely remains the same from each report.