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Saturday, September 26, 2009

AT LAST - THE FULL KILLARNEY LAKES VIDEO

19 comments:

Ego Ronanus said...

I am still trying to assess this - it is certainly astonishing, but I'll make a comment when my breath returns and I've had the opportunity to look at it again.

Naomi said...

That's incredible video. What could have that much speed?

G L Wilson said...

Indeed, most intriguing footage.

Ego Ronanus said...

Yes, this certainly seems to be something too large to be in this lake. One of the most interesting cryptid videos in a long time.

Bigfoot73 said...

So the Warners go out to the Peruvian Amazon and splash out on hiring a plane just for some blurred photos of a mudbank. The CFZ crew get a ferry and come back with this!
That final sighting defies all the conventional explanations I can think of so far.Sceptics and debunkers are in for a hard time with this one!

Sam said...

Wow. This is intriguing. The torpedoing part looks like it might be a bird, but then it veers off and the whiter water keeps going. I investiage it on my blog, at www.aquabeasties.blogspot.com

pacosoccer7 said...

It's a loon taking off.

Type in on youtube:

"Loon Taking Flight" or "Why They're Called Loons"

Debunked!

Chad Wilson said...

Monopod! Buy one! Guh! No, really, get a monopod to mount on the camera. They pack small and will greatly improve future video quality.

fisherman27 said...

Its called a jet ski or a canoe with a motor on the back, your so far away u see a wake and call it a lake monster, pathetic!

Kathy said...

I think there may be large lake creatures out there, but this is obviously a loon-first swimming just under water, then coming out across water, then diving again. This is hardly the most important lake monster video ever. I saw a picture over Loch Ness of a large shadow underwater in shape of pleisiosaur don't know why it isn't circulated more.

Brian Ferriera Jr. said...

Why was no attempt maid at moving in closer to get a better look??? Why is it that just when things start showing up the camera gets pointed down in the grass ??????. As interesting as this may have been you where just to far away to be able to say it was unknown animal..it could have been anything...

Monkeyfly said...

I agree with Brian's first comment. It would be basic human nature to move closer upon the appearance of these 'thing'. It doesn't seem right that they would stay a 1/4 mile away and not leg it, at least to the edge of the precipice. Something's 'fishy' and it ain't in the water. PS. Fast thing looks a lot like a bird.
Bob

Monkeyfly said...

I agree with Brian's first comment. It would be basic human nature to move closer upon the appearance of these 'thing'. It doesn't seem right that they would stay a 1/4 mile away and not leg it, at least to the edge of the precipice. Something's 'fishy' and it ain't in the water. PS. Fast thing looks a lot like a bird.
Bob

Monkeyfly said...

I agree with Brian's first comment. It would be basic human nature to move closer upon the appearance of these 'thing'. It doesn't seem right that they would stay a 1/4 mile away and not leg it, at least to the edge of the precipice. Something's 'fishy' and it ain't in the water. PS. Fast thing looks a lot like a bird.
Bob

Monkeyfly said...

I agree with Brian's first comment. It would be basic human nature to move closer when attempting to photograph something like this, especially if you are a crypto guy who lives for this stuff. No attempt was made to leg it to, at least the edge of the precipice. That sounds wrong to me. Something's 'fishy' and it aint in the water.
Bob
PS. That fast mover looks a whole lot like a bird to me.

Diego M.F said...

Its a bird taking off

fisherman27 said...

Have you ever seen a boat that fights fires practicing?

Looks exactly like that!

Ary Monteiro Jr said...

people talking about birds flying watched the video up until the end? there's a huge, fast, shadow thing moving underwater, not above it. Another thing: He's shooting from a far distance, using zoom lens, unfortunately there isn't any references nearby but things are actually larger than they look, those ripples are much larger than any bird could make. Intriguing footage indeed.

Ary Monteiro Jr said...

did you people watched the video up until the end? forget the ripples, the most impressive stuff is the huge, fast, shadow thing moving underwater. btw, judging from distance, those ripples look like they were made by something larger than any bird.