Post by Cryptosaurian on Mar 19, 2016 20:45:03 GMT -5
*Raises hands in the air..* Okay, before I'm going to say say anything, I just want to tell you that I do not agree with theory contained in the following website text; I am not convinced in any way that Ogopogo creatures are descendents of marine reptiles of the Mesozoic era. I do , however, find the eywitness account very intriguing and the photograph, while more or less like other lake creature photos/film, is quite interesting. I also must add that I recommend to other members to check out the analysis to make their own conclusions and what do you of the forum and its purpose? I'm Naturally, because it is about Ogopogo I'm following it but I'm naturally skeptical of the whole "lake monsters are plesiosaurs" thing. However, he said in the forum post (welcome new members, sort of thing) that he says that those who do not think Ogopogo is not a plesiosaur are welcome to join anyway.
Here is the links text for you guys to copy and paste:
"Whether or not the creature(s) exist, the stories certainly do."- Chad Arment
Cryptosaurian is a BCSCC Okanagan Field Researcher/Investigator & an aspiring author. He is currently on the the track of Ogopogo, "The Great Lake Mystery." He is now also investigating thunderbird sightings and enigmatic 'saurian' reports.