Legend has it that upstate New York’s picturesque Cayuga Lake is the home of not one, but two, scaly, 35-foot long serpentine beasts… one of which has a penchant for attacking humans!
These gigantic, albino, toad-like creatures are said to lurk in an obscure corner of China’s isolated Hubei province.
This strange and brilliantly camouflaged creature is allegedly responsible for scaring one teenage angler nearly to death and has got to be one of the flat out weirdest lake cryptids ever chronicled.
According to legend, an unfortunate diver who had been missing for days following a routine dive, was found naked and in a state of shock babbling incoherently about the “monsters” he had encountered in the caverns below the murky lake. (more…)
One unfortunate fisherman had a terrifying encounter with this bizarre beast while pike fishing on Loch Lochy in 1996… and another fellow claims that he discovered the skeleton that proves the creature is real.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Highlands another beastie rears its ugly head… and this one is said to be a notorious child killer.
Thought by some to be nothing more than a rogue sea cow, there is a small, yet dedicated, contingent of investigators who staunchly believe that this animal is nothing less than a juvenile sea serpent.
The existence of this “Nessie” like creature was allegedly first reported on a Soviet radio program in 1977.
This long necked, dorsal finned, canine-featured critter is one of the most unusual lake beasts reputed to dwell in North America.
Some say that this octopus-like beast was responsible for an untold number of deaths, but the Nakota Indians tell a tale about a struggling creature which is uncannily similar to the allegedly extinct Plesiosaur.
This colossal, serpentine beast was allegedly seen by a famous geologist and his son, while camping on the desolate, tree lined shores of Lake Kok-kol.
This bizarre beast was seen by a team of scientists (including a distinguished biologist) while grazing along the shoreline of Russia’s volcanic Lake Khaiyr, making this arguably the most significant eyewitness report of a frightening, quasi-prehistoric monster ever recorded.
Far and away the most famous Lake Monster in the continental United States, this creature can lay claim to one of the most fascinating photos ever captured to date of an unknown aquatic animal. (more…)
These large, eel-like creatures are notorious for attacking divers during search and rescue operations… and have even been credited with assailing their victims through thick sheets of winter ice.
This bio-luminescent, aquatic reptile has inspired terror in the fishing villages surrounding Russia’s little known Lake Brosno for generations. (more…)
One of the most vicious lake cryptids ever chronicled, this creature is said to be responsible for three deaths in 1992 and there are some who believe that its offspring have recently emerged murky depths of Lake Erie in order to feed on unwary swimmers. (more…)