Skip to comments.Loch Ness Monster redux? 'Dinosaur-like-creature' reportedly spotted in North Carolina lake
Posted on 07/13/2017 5:59:48 PM PDT by ETL
A 35-year-old man from Mecklenburg County, North Carolina has reportedly spotted a "dinosaur-like, creature in a man-made lake.
The man, who wished to remain anonymous, reported his findings to CryptoZoology.com, a website that reports on strange occurences.
I was on a boat with my friends, the man told the website. We where near the lakes main channel when we saw something splashing around in the water.
While boating on the man-made Lake Norman, the man, along with several of his friends spotted the creature, describing it as splashing around in the water." He noted it was around 10-feet-long and reminded him of the mythical Loch Ness monster. No photos were taken of the creature as it was only visible for approximately one minute until it went below the surface.
CryptoZoology says its articles are "based on witnesses accounts, original videos, pictures and subsequent interviews carried out by Cryptozoology News."
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
Famous photo of the alleged "Loch Ness Monster" (Scotland)
Oooh! I love Cryptozoology!
(My husband just asked how many beers were involved...)
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. A man from Mecklenburg County on Sunday said he saw a dinosaur-like creature.
35-year-old B.T., a salesman who provided a full name but asked to remain anonymous, told Cryptozoology News that he was at Lake Norman on a boat with his friends when the animal showed up on Saturday morning.
I was on a boat with my friends, he said. We where near the lakes main channel when we saw something splashing around in the water.
He described the alleged creature as a 10-feet-long dinosaur reminiscent of the mythical Loch Ness monster. He added that the animal was visible for about 1 minute before disappearing back into the water. There were no photographs or videos submitted with the report.
In 2016, a man from the same area reported seeing a reptilian being swimming at Lake Norman.
In 2015, a man claiming to be a park ranger told Cryptozoology News he had seen something that looked like a dinosaur eating a duck at the same lake.
Reports of lake monsters are rare.
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The biological system in these lakes cannot support a sustainable population of this type of animal.
How to Calculate the Potential Loch Ness Population
Now that you mention it, those “waves” do look more like ripples.
Too cold for gators but an alligator gar could easily be 10 feet long.
That photo of the so-called “Loch Ness Monster” at the top was taken in 1934. That other thing was something someone came up with as a gag relatively recently to try to fool people.
Not a duck.
Fake News!! Donald was right! The Scots were behind it, laddie.
Looks more like two guys in a canoe.
Is it Helen Thomas?
Yet it has more credibility than most CNN or NY Times reports.
No, I meant the top photo: the “waves” look like ripples.
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