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  • Canada's Loch Ness Monster Caught on Tape?

    11/11/2011 12:45:24 AM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 54 replies · 1+ views
    ABC News Blogs ^ | 11/11/11 | ABC News
    A possible sighting of Canada’s 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 Colombia’s 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...
  • Mystery carcass may be legendary monster: Expert Ogopogo: Creature myth of Okanagan Lake

    07/16/2009 1:16:02 PM PDT · by dragonblustar · 19 replies · 2,125+ views
    CANADA.COM ^ | JULY 8, 2009 | CARMEN CHAI
    A mysterious looking body found along the shore of Okanagan Lake might be the remains of the legendary Ogopogo, an expert says.
  • UFO Gives A Kelowna Man The Fright Of His Life

    10/11/2008 8:10:03 AM PDT · by Goonch · 47 replies · 1,035+ views
    americanchronicle ^ | October 12, 2008
    British Columbia Harry had a large UFO incident which took place on August 31, 2008 at approximately 1:30 a.m. when he was on a week's holiday. All of a sudden the object jumped from a stationary position it appeared to rise up and drop down again. He said the object went from a stop, then made about a 20 foot jump into the air in a split second, it jumped again and this time it made an estimated jump of approximately 50 to 60 feet and then it kept jumping at greater distances.
  • Mysterious lake creature shrouded in myth(Canada-Ogopogo Background)

    07/03/2006 4:27:41 AM PDT · by Marius3188 · 21 replies · 1,013+ views
    Penticton Western News ^ | July 02, 2006 | holly miyasaki
    Once described as a being the spawn of an earwig and a whale, the mystery of Okanagan Lake's Ogopogo is still being debated to this day. Originally called M-ha-a-i-tk by local First Nations, Ogopogo's home is said to be near Squally Point (also known as Rattlesnake Island). According to city councillor and local historian Randy Manuel, the natives, out of fear of death by drowning, would sacrifice an animal like a dog when passing Squally Point. "It's a spot where wind and weather can bring waves up to six or seven feet there. It's a spot where you don't want...