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  • Briton snaps pic of 'Bownessie'

    02/19/2011 8:56:35 AM PST · by JoeProBono · 54 replies
    upi ^ | Feb. 18, 2011
    WINDERMERE, England - A British man said he used his cellphone to snap a picture of what he said is "Bownessie," a legendary creature in England's Lake Windermere. Tom Pickles, 24, said he snapped the picture of the creature, known as the English counterpart to Scotland's Loch Ness monster, Feb. 11 while on a kayaking exercise with his company, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday. Pickles said the creature was the size of three cars and was visible for about 20 seconds. "Its skin was like a seal's but its shape was completely abnormal -- it's not like any animal I've...
  • Swedish sea monster 'caught on film'

    08/28/2008 6:53:33 AM PDT · by Daffynition · 20 replies · 388+ views
    TheLocal ^ | 28 Aug 08 | staff reporter
    A group of filmmakers claim to have successfully captured Sweden’s legendary Great Lake Sea Monster (Storsjöodjuret), which is said to lurk in the waters of the Storsjön outside Östersund in northern Sweden. A film crew which set up cameras on one of the lake’s islets last spring now say that they have an image of the seamonster, according to Svergies Television. The film clip shows a blurry, long and narrow silhouette moving in the lake’s depths. “It clearly shows that it’s warm and is made up of cells, otherwise our cameras wouldn’t indicate red, so it can be a sea...