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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

CRYPTOLINK: Sea Serpents Return to the Monterey Bay?

A word about cryptolinks: we are not responsible for the content of cryptolinks, which are merely links to outside articles that we think are interesting (sometimes for the wrong reasons), usually posted up without any comment whatsoever from me. 

Sea Serpents Return to the Monterey Bay?

Press release from: Bizarre Bay
Could Lightning Awaken Sleeping Sea Serpents?
Could Lightning Awaken Sleeping Sea Serpents?
Although it has been decades sine the last sea serpent was officially spotted in the water of the Monterey Bay, we may be on the edge of a major change.

Global warming and climate change has brought strange weather patterns to the entire planet and the Monterey Bay has felt a couple of particularly strong effects. With changes in water temperature come changes in wildlife. Migratory patterns of animals, rare whale, dolphin and bird sightings are all effects of climate change.

This week brought a spectacular lightning storm to central California that may bring about the biggest change yet. With over 1000 cloud to surface lightning strikes confirmed over the span of hours on September 11th 2017, what possible effects could they have had? Could this be the catalyst to finally awaken long sleeping sea serpents, driving them out of hiding and into the pubic eye once again?

Read more about the Monterey Bay Sea Serpents on Bizarre Bay: bizarrebay.com/weird/hundreds-lightning-bolts-awakened-se...

Bizarre Bay and BizarreBay.com are dedicated to bring the best adventures and secrets of the Monterey Bay from the shadows and into the light! Join Bizarre Bay as they explore the Mysteries of the Monterey Bay!

Jon Rawls
Bizarre Bay
3330 Winkle Ave.
Santa Cruz, CA 95065

This release was published on openPR.

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