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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Lake Champlain Rhombopteryx

I was sent this by Jay Cooney some time back but I decided to wait until he had a go at publishing it himself. It seems to represent a Plesiosaur-shaped creature in this footage taken at Lake Champlain and it seems to have the same sort of a flipper as is ascribed to the Loch Ness Monster.  The original footage is known as the Bodette video. Scott Mardis has also remarked upon this. Below is an animated gif which seems to show the creature opening and shutting its mouth

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