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Posted 01 May 2013 - 10:06 PM
By Loch Ness has taunted myth hunters and monster spotters for years, but footage has emerged of what could be a similar sea creature in northern Ireland’s Lough Foyle. The footage was taken by student Conall Melarkey when he was out on the water shooting a short film called ‘Fishing With David Lynch’ for college when the ‘beast’ broke through the surface of the water and swam past.
Someone has been watching James Mays man lab. I call very poor hoax. No excited shouting, pointing or calling " are you filming this". Plus, as already pointed out ( and as a fisherman I can verify this) No one goes fishing in a jacket and trousers.
haha, Con All Melarkey fishing in a white shirt and jacket the only thing I believe is indisputable is that he is Irish.
This comes from another of his youtube films:
"After intaking an unhealthy dosage of illegal psychotropic substances, we decided to make this rather inane video."
Edited by freetoroam, 02 May 2013 - 01:17 PM.
In an ideal World a law would be passed were NO guns were allowed and all those out there destroyed, trouble is the law makers are not going to take a risk of trying to pass that without making sure they are armed first.
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Posted 02 May 2013 - 12:37 PM
Hoax or real it was an enjoyable clip to watch. The man in the white boat looks far to confident to me, leaning over his boat to get a better look of this 'monster'. I would have ducked and stayed hidden in the boat and been found later as a quivering wreck like that girl in Jaws 2.
The object also seems as though it is being towed along as opposed to moving under its own motion/power these two point lead me to lean towards the hoax side of the force, for now.
Thanks for posting xsas I am looking forward to finding out more about this.
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Posted 02 May 2013 - 01:36 PM
It's either swimming in a way that will revolutionise the way think about sealife, or it's a fake. As a fisherman, it's swimming far to quickly and at the same time steadily to be any kind of sea animal we know of. Even if it swam by it's feet, it would be making wake's out from the side. It make's a single wake behind it, almost like a boat. No swaying of a tail, no indications that it's moving anywhere but forward. Even then it could be someone under the water holding it up and the boat's drifting down past it. The wake behind it looks very much like a strong tidal wake. Not one of a moving creature.