New Loch Ness Monster video from Alaska?


And get this, not only is this news but the Discovery Channel is airing a special next Tuesday…so it must be a good video. Discovery is holding off on debuting the video until the special, entitled: “Hillstranded”.

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‘Loch Ness monster’ captured on video in Alaska

By ANI | ANI – Tue, Jul 19, 2011

London, July 19 (ANI): Alaska may have its own version of a Loch Ness monster, according to prominent cryptozoologists, who are investigating a video from 2009, which shows a mysterious marine animal moving across the surface.

Some are claiming that the animal is a “Cadborosaurus,” a type of reptile or lizard that got its name from Cadboro Bay, in British Columbia, reports Discovery News.

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