Skip to comments.Canada's Loch Ness Monster Caught on Tape?
Posted on 11/11/2011 12:45:24 AM PST by Berlin_Freeper
A possible sighting of Canadas version of the Loch Ness monster at a lake in British Columbia has stirred up the legend of the sea creature long-rumored to reside there.
A man visiting British Colombias Lake Okanagan claims he filmed video of what could only be the elusive monster, known to locals as Ogopogo. The 30-second video shows two long ripples in the water in a seemingly deserted area of the lake.
It was not going with the waves, Richard Huls, who captured the scene on camera during a visit to a local winery, told the Vancouver Sun. It was not a wave, obviously, just a darker color. The size and the fact that they were not parallel with the waves made me think it had to be something else.
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By the way, what do you have against "Jaws" in particular?
Laugh tea all over my keyboard
*mopping up now*
Sometimes I even scare myself. LOL
Hey now (hey now) hey now (hey now) Ogopogo one day (oh oh)
Three.though I did see an ad for it once long ago.
looked like large woody debris to me.
the oddity is that while sightings (at Loch Ness, at any rate) predate modern civilization by a long time, the area was under a glacier less than 10000 years ago, more or less.
Yeah! That makes two of us. I’ve not seen the movie ‘Jaws’ either.
Shhh...don’t give away the artificial Loch Ness monster on a pole trick!
Now I’ll—I mean—Nessie’ll—have to find NEW ways to scare away meddlers.
“I will NEVER see JAWS.
I might be the only one in America that hasn’t seen it ... and won’t.”
I have vowed to never see JAWS as well! LOL, but for a different reason. I just hate to see a fish written in a movie as a calculating evil thing, Ut is a fish acting like a fish. It is not inherently evil, for heavens sake.
In fact, sharks usually bite people because they move in the water, they react to the movement thinking they are another fish, and then let realize and let them go.
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