The ocean’s vast, mysterious depths are full of enigmatic oddities that have never seen the light of day, but while there are few who would deny that the seas are teeming with as yet undiscovered life-forms, most would be reticent to admit that there are any truly gargantuan species waiting to be found in the […]
During WWI, the Commander of the German U-Boat reported an “explosive” encounter off the coast of Ireland with a colossal crocodile-like creature, which can be described as nothing short of prehistoric.
In summer of 1950, off the coast of Cliftonville, a tourist had a run in with a bizarre sea beast that would haunt him for the rest of his days.
In 1884, the crew of the steam-tug Churchill had an encounter with a truly horrific sea beast off the notoriously monster ridden coast of Port Natal, South Africa.
In 1969, an Alaskan shrimp boat fitted with state of the art sonar surveillance equipment encountered a creature, which — due to its enormity — the men on board could only speculate must be a “dinosaur.”
According to an account, which was published in the July 30 edition of the Vancouver Sun, no less than four fishermen we assailed in their boats by a huge, tusked, serpentine creature in July of 1976.
Arguably the most amazing sea serpent encounter in the New World revolves around the hundreds of eyewitness accounts of a 100-foot long, large eyed, sharp toothed, scaly, reptilian beast, which is said to lurk in the waters off the harbor of Gloucester on the Atlantic coastline.
Not much is known about this encounter other than the fact that this huge-eyed beast purportedly attacked and killed at least one sailor.