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PostPosted: Wed 16 Dec - 10:12 (2009)    Post subject: Lake monster Reply with quote

Lake Monsters

Large, unknown animals that live deep in lakes of the world are known as leviathans or lake monsters. Especially in large lakes we have all wondered at one time or another just what might be living under the cover of the water's darkness, just out of eyesight. Once in awhile, someone gets a glimpse of an unknown creature that briefly breaks the waters, and at this time, a legend is either created or perpetuated. On rare occasions, a lucky person may take a photograph or video of one of these mysterious monsters, etching an indelible mark in the legend of lake monsters.
The existence of these legendary creatures has not been established scientifically, yet those who believe in them are not dissuaded. The legend and search for these mysterious water legends continues on a world-wide basis, though certain lakes are more well known for their monsters than others.
Of all of these places, Scotland's Loch Ness has the most distinction, harboring its monster Nessie, which is responsible for much of the area's tourist influx. Nessie is probably one of the oldest known monsters, but it does have its rivals. Among these are Opopogo of Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, Manipogo in Lake Manitoba, and Champ in Lake Champlain, among others. Journey with us as we explore the evidence of the world's lake monsters in the Mystery Casebook.



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The Larry Thal Ogopogo Film
Twelve years after the Art Folden film, in 1980, another riveting film of the Ogopogo monster would be taken. Larry Thal, who was with a group of tourists who thought they saw a large creature in the lake, had his motion picture camera with him.
Thal, who had been filming his kids, turned his camera toward the waters of the lake.
Thal stated that what he saw was a "strange sight." Researchers who studied slow motion enhancements of the film proclaim that the method of movement of the monster can be seen, and its speed also.
Waves are created as the creature moves along, and at one brief point, part of the body rises from the surface of the water.
Ogopogo researcher and author Arlene Gaal claims that the Thal film is very closely related to the Folden film. Both seem to show a large creature 40-60 foot in length.
(B J Booth)


 


Lake Champlain Monster-Champ, Sandra Mansi Photograph
The Lake Champlain creature, Champ, has been seen near Port Henry for hundreds of years. Cryptozoologists think the creature may be a plesiosaur �a large underwater reptile not seen since prehistoric times. Samuel de Champlain, explorer for whom the lake is named, sighted Champ in July 1609 and described the creature as a "20 foot serpent, thick as a barrel with a head like a horse." Some believe that Champ is a large lake sturgeon. In 1977, Sandra Mansi photographed Champ while she was having a picnic with friends. This is the best known photograph of Champ... it was published by Time and various other magazines. Champ has been featured on NBC TV's Unsolved Mysteries and Fox Network's Sightings, as well as on Japanese television and The Today Show. It has been the subject of books and hundreds of newspaper articles.
A Champ Sightings Board �at the southern entrance to Port Henry on State Route 9N� lists the names of people who have seen the lake monster. A full-size replica of Champ is situated in the middle of the village and is featured in the annual Champ Day �a festival to honor this local "celebrity" on the first Saturday of August.

 

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