Since the 17th century, sightings have been reported of a mysterious creature in Lake Champlain. Now, two true believers think they have hard evidence that something monstrous is lurking in the lake's murky depths.
Over the years, it's been described as having a long snake-like body and a flat, horse-like head, and being roughly the size of a yacht. This rumored creature has become lovingly known as "Champ", or "Champy," and some people believe it to be a distant relative of Scotland's fabled Loch Ness Monster.
Most evidence of Champ comes in the form of blurry photos or recounted sightings, most of which have been discounted, according to Motherboard. But two cryptozoologists—people who study unknown animals like the Loch Ness monster—have used underwater recording equipment to capture loud clicking sounds, which they claim constitute evidence of Champ's existence.