Is There a Monsters in a Vermont Lake? And Does It Sound Like This?

For years, there have be rumours of a Loch Ness-type monster living in Lake Champlain Vermont.  Dubbed Champ–how very American–there have been more than 600 sightings with first recorded one coming in 1609. Reports describe Champ has having a body that’s up to 25 feet long with a humped body and long neck, possibly related to Tanystropheus, a dinosaur that should have left us 232 million years ago.

Now cryptozoologists who want to believe have captured something in the lake using a hydrophone device that monitors echolocation signals. Think of this as a biological sonar.

So are are these the sounds of Champ? Is this how he/she sings?

More at The Daily Mail.

Alan Cross

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