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  1. pogsquatch
    pogsquatch August 28, 2013 at 1:49 pm |

    If you do some screen captures from the beginning of that Loch Foyle clip and sharpen and enlarge the image you can make out that this object is a head or model of a head of some huge animal with eyes, nose and part of the mouth visible. If this is just a model, then hats off to the animator for making it able to submerge, right after it seemingly changes it’s shape.
    At one time most of the lochs in Scotland and Ireland were thought to be inhabited with similarly described creatures. Even Roy Mackal was convinced by local accounts and explored some Lochs that were very small in comparison to Ness.

  2. pogsquatch
    pogsquatch August 28, 2013 at 2:11 pm |

    And speaking of Acadia, it’s a hotbed for Lake Champlain type animals.
    Check out this video on Youtube. At exactly the 1 minute mark the camera person makes a final panoramic sweep of the ocean off Acadia, Maine and you can see, out about a half mile, a large black snake like object has suddenly broken the surface and remains in view for about 1 second.
    If you isolate these frames and enlarge, there are a couple of frames that look exactly like the Mansi Champ photograph.


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