Archive for the “Champ/Lake Champlain Monster”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 16th, 2010
John Kirk is elated when an unusual blip registers on the fish-finder.
“Whoa, hello!” the scientist calls out as he studies the sonar screen with colleague Adam McGirr. Both men are researchers with the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club — monster-hunters, in other terms.
Read: Monster hunt: freaky fish may lurk in the depths of Vancouver Island Lake »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 11th, 2010
British Columbia lake monster sighting from last month.
I hear John Kirk is looking into this. Hopefully he will update us Cryptomundians.
Read: ‘Creature’ at Ootsa Lake »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 30th, 2010
“Sea Serpent” says a headline in a September edition of The Augusta Chronicle.
What followed was an account of the remarkable discovery of something in the river that no one could identify.
Read: ‘Sea serpent’ captured, never identified »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 27th, 2010
Video of a New York Lake Monster? Or is it a hoax?
Watch the video here and decide for yourself…
Read: Introducing Neckie, Seneca Lake, NY’s answer to the Loch Ness Monster »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 25th, 2010
A team of monster hunters will return to Cameron Lake next month to search for a creature that locals have swapped stories about for years.
The B.C. Scientific Cryptozoology Club first visited the area last September after an invitation from Oceanside Tourism to probe for evidence of the Cameron Lake monster.
Read: BCSCC Seeks Lake Cameron Monster »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 20th, 2010
This will be my last post on this subject until I have further news on when the show will be aired. I have asked the producers for a still from the footage, but am not expecting they will comply with my request.
Read: Even More Thoughts on Alaska Cadborosaurus Footage »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 19th, 2010
Having read the comments on my earlier post regarding purported Cadborosaurus footage from Nushagak Bay, Alaska, I wish to address and clarify some of the points raised by readers of Cryptomundo.
Read: More Thoughts on Alaska Cadborosaurus Footage »
Posted by: John Kirk on August 16th, 2010
My erstwhile colleague Loren Coleman posted about the television program that is said to contain footage of 15 Cadborosauruses. This was in response to comments about the footage made by my good friend and colleague Jason Walton.
So as to clarify things and end speculation, allow me to tell the readership about this footage. I have seen it and examined it repeatedly for three hours in May last year and am satisfied that what is in the footage is not a known animal.
Read: 15 Cadborosauruses? Maybe a few less. »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on August 11th, 2010
What do you think?
Read: Do Lake Monsters Roar? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 25th, 2010
This July 23rd through 25th treat yourself or your entire family to some old-fashioned summer camp fun centered around the legend of Champ, the famous lake monster of Lake Champlain.
For the family or individual that’s interested in cryptozoology and creatures like Champ, Believe it Tour is promising a weekend that any level believer will enjoy. Champ Camp is going to have an exciting schedule of events and workshops that campers can sign up for.
Read: Believe It Tour Champ Camp – Legendary Lake Monster of Lake Champlain »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 9th, 2010
What about it? Which ones do you like, personally? Images.
Read: What’s Your Favorite “Celebrity Cryptid”? »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 6th, 2010
Due to the slow loading of all the elements of this posting, I’ve broken it into two parts. Video. Images.
Read: Olsen Champ Video: Part Two »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on June 6th, 2010
What is the present state of the study of this footage? What do you think it shows? Images. Video.
Read: The Olsen Champ Video: A Year Later »
Posted by: mystery_man on June 4th, 2010
Lake Ashi, also known as Lake Hakone and by its Japanese name Ashinoko, is located in the Hakone area of Honshu’s Kanagawa prefecture and is famous for its scenic views of majestic Mt. Fuji. The lake is also known for its aquatic mysteries.
Read: Japanese Giant Fish, Part 4 – Mystery Fish of Lake Ashi »
Posted by: Loren Coleman on November 14th, 2009
Then it thrusts its head high above the surface of the lake.
Read: Champ, 1929 »