China.org has reported that a volcano monitoring station worker in Jilin was measuring water temperatures when he saw some kind of “monster” swimming around Tianchi Lake. (more…)
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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!
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.
KENS 5 has reported that cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard held a lecture in North Austin to discuss the existence of such creatures as Chupacabras, Big Foot, the Yeti, and the Loch Ness Monster!
Watch out Nessie, there may be a new monster on the block! The Telegraph has reported that a recently published photograph is said to be the best evidence yet of what some claim is a monster lurking beneath the depths of England’s Lake Windermere.
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.
This terrifying, man-sized, silver-scaled humanoid was known to attack its victims with the razor sharp fin, which adorned the top of its skull.
LD NEws has reported that a grandmother on holiday with her family has claimed to have seen a monster in British Columbia’s Lake Ootsa.
The Kansan has published a report chronicling the now 50 year-old legend of a bizarre, serpentine beast said to lurk in Kansas’ largest natural lake, which is known to the natives as “Sink Hole Sam.”
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.
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.
Novinite has published a report comparing Bulgaria’s Rabisha Lake Water Bull with arguably the single most famous aquatic cryptic in history — the LOCH NESS MONSTER.
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…)