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New 'Champ' lake monster video surfaces

Posted on Friday, 24 February, 2006 | Comment icon 25 comments


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"Residents near Lake Champlain in New York say they have their own Loch Ness monster."

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Comment icon #16 Posted by aija_k on 24 February, 2006, 23:40
they used a digital camera. mine records video too. you don't need a video camera or a cell phone. the bad thing is most digital cameras don't record video as well as video cameras would. which is probably why they didn't get good picture past the water or weren't able to get a good setting.
Comment icon #17 Posted by _hAiLO_ on 25 February, 2006, 0:29
Maybe if the fish were twice its size, I would start comparing it to the alleged Loch Ness. This fish is too small to look like a submerged mythical monster. But it does look to big to be a fish, and so I think it may just be one of those undiscovered fish from the jurassic age . We should start an expedition down Lake Champlain!
Comment icon #18 Posted by MoonFox on 25 February, 2006, 2:15
they used a digital camera. mine records video too. you don't need a video camera or a cell phone. the bad thing is most digital cameras don't record video as well as video cameras would. which is probably why they didn't get good picture past the water or weren't able to get a good setting. Also you're only allowed a certain amount of time to record on digital cameras. At least thats how mine is. I forget how much it allows... maybe a minute or 2? But not long enough to get decent footage.
Comment icon #19 Posted by girl vs explosion on 25 February, 2006, 4:18
Anybody out on Lake Champlain would take a camera. It's just common sense.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Rathma on 25 February, 2006, 17:14
Anybody out on Lake Champlain would take a camera. It's just common sense. It looked fairly big if you ask me. The shot by the boat you can see the head and a very long neck, the rest of the body looks like it was directly under the boat.
Comment icon #21 Posted by STIX on 25 February, 2006, 23:58
I think its a serpent type thing and doesn't have a body
Comment icon #22 Posted by Nim on 26 February, 2006, 13:07
that video had some interesting footage, why dont they send a camera down in a little sub boat an run it along the bed of the water see if they do catch something then, they did that at loch ness i think too.
Comment icon #23 Posted by Cryptoness on 31 March, 2006, 17:09
My dad and I watched that when it came out. Ya see, my dad doesn't really believe in sea serpents and lake monsters very much...until he watch the video. Now he believes that there is definitely something in that lake! 'Tis authentic, I believe! -nods-
Comment icon #24 Posted by ticklemeG on 2 April, 2006, 5:57
hmmm it something very FISHY hehehe j/k hey its the best i've seen yet.
Comment icon #25 Posted by CryptoIo on 10 July, 2007, 17:12
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