The most famous lakes inhabited by monsters
• The most famous lakes inhabited by monsters
May 18, 1960 the world was shaken three priests a statement that they had seen in the lake Lough Ree is the real monster. Lough Ree - one of three Irish lakes, which were seen monstrous creatures. In 2001, it was decided to send a search expedition, whose task was to confirm or deny the existence of strange creatures.
We present our information about the most famous lakes, which at various times have been seen creatures previously unknown to science. Unfortunately, none of these facts have not been confirmed.
Loch Ness, Scotland. Creature, supposedly lives in the lake, you can rightly be called the most famous. Mention of it began to appear as early as the VI century BC. e. Many scientists believe that this creature is the last of the dinosaurs living on earth.
Lake Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. Legendary monster Ogopogo, first seen in 1958, known in British Columbia. Witnesses describe him as long zmeeyaschera a barrel-shaped body, a long neck and flippers.
Lake Labynkyr, Yakutia, Russia. In the XIX century the Yakuts had seen the creature, which was later dubbed as Labynkyrsky Damn. No evidence of the existence of this creature is not, although seen it more than once.
Kanas Lake, Xinjiang Province, China. The monster that lives in these parts, was first seen in 1985 at the local university students. Some time even soar speculation that the creature pulls the water birds and animals. Later it being forgotten, and in 2011, again recalled, and even managed to shoot.
Lake Kok-Kol, Zhambyl Oblast, Kazakhstan. Here, according to the local population, it inhabits a huge monster, whose length is 15 meters. It received the nickname "water spirit Aydahara".
Lake Storsjön, Province of Jämtland, Sweden. In 1635, a huge reptile was seen in these places. For a long time its existence has not been proven, and it was considered a legend. But in 2000, the monster saw the two girls, said that at first did not believe much until we found on the incredible size lakeside trails.
Zero Champlain, USA - Canada. For the first time this monster, resembling a fifty snake, it became known in 1883 by sheriff named Nathan Mooney. And in 1977 there was even a photo confirmation of the existence of this creature. Eyewitnesses assert that "Shampa", so they called a monster, there are about five humps on its back.
Lake Brosno, Tver region, Russia. Locals insist that in the waters of the lake inhabited by a large lizard-like plesiosaur. But official evidence of its existence is not to this day.
Lough Ree, Ireland. Legend has it that the lake monster in addition there is a whole underwater city with the cathedral.