Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 15th, 2009
Is this the answer?
Just passed along to me is this new video analysis of the length of the object in the water, from Al.
Calculating Champ size based on triangulation of videographer location and reference points.
Frame 1022 used to establish creature size for all the 3 frames used in this calculation from Olsen Video.
++++++++ Below is my earlier posting with various images and videos to be used for comparison.
This cryptid (an unidentified animal) being called “Champ” on Eric Olsen’s intriguing footage is, well, how long? We don’t know yet?
Even though I’ve asked people to swim out to one or more of the buoys and measure them, no one has taken me up on my request. Hey, on those golf telecasts, they talk about having ways to measure, with lasers, how far the ball is from the cup. Why don’t cryptozoologists have a few of those?
Come on folks. Let’s join the 21st century here, and figure this one out. How big is this animate object that was captured as a digital image on Olsen’s phonecam on May 31, 2009?
Here is a brand new analysis of the Olsen footage, specifically of the wave disturbances as a way to try to figure out the length of the creature. It is from “Al.”
Bernard Heuvelmans’ Super-Otter (above) compared to images from Eric Olsen’s new footage (above the Super-Otter and below).
How big is this thing?