Oh, crap! Why did that mother effing cryptid have to end up there??!
That thing better start swimming, and FAST!
Doesn't he know that Sarah Palin likes to shoot things out of helicopters for fun?! He could be next!
The legend of the Loch Ness monster has been around for centuries, but apparently, a video has surfaced from 2009 that depicts a very-similar looking creature making its way across an Alaskan body of water, which is set to air tonight on the show Hillstranded, a new Discovery Channel special!
Check out a photo from the footage (above)!
According to various accounts, this thing has a "long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes, and back bumps that stick out of the water," and many suspect that it's a Cadborosaurus, which apparently originated from Cadboro Bay, British Columbia.
Paul LeBlond, the former head of the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of British Columbia, says:
"I am quite impressed with the video. Although it was shot under rainy circumstances in a bouncy ship, it's very genuine. It must be a mammal or a reptile, since it oscillates up and down in a vertical plain, which eliminates sideways-oscillating fish. We cannot go out in the ocean poking everywhere, but we are always on the lookout for new accounts."
And according to the Hillstranded star, Andy Hillstrand:
"We saw a big, long white thing moving in the water. We chased it for about 20 minutes. Spray came out of its head. It was definitely not a shark. A giant eel may be possible, but eels don't have humps that all move in unison. I've never seen anything like it before. We live in Alaska, so we might investigate 'Cadborosaurus' again in future. We are always up for an adventure."
And although we're sure it's either a fake or something else entirely, we want to see this full video!
No harm in keeping an open mind about those scaly little friends we may not yet know are out there!
And again, if there IS some bizarre Loch Ness creature swimming around up there, we hope it stays FAR away from Sarah's house! Ha!
Tags: alaska, andy hillstrand, cryptid, hillstranded, loch ness monster