Something big is swimming in the sea near Alaska… A video captured in 2009 by an Alaskan fisherman shows a creature moving along the surface of the water that resembles the sea monster, Nessie. Some are claiming that the animal is a “Cadborosaurus”, a creature that was got its name from Cadboro Bay, in British Columbia, Canada.
People who have seen the creature generally describe it as having a horse-like head, large eyes, a long neck, and bumps on its back.
Andy Hillstrand (from the show Deadliest Catch) and his brother Johnathan traveled to sites in Alaska where Cadborosaurus has been spotted. Referring to one location, he said, “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.”. Kind of sounds like a whale to me…
Watch the video here:
Sightings of “Cadborosaurus” have been reported for years. In 1937, a supposed body of the animal was found in the stomach of a whale captured by the Naden Harbour whaling station in the Queen Charlotte Islands, in British Columbia. Samples of the animal were brought to the Provincial Museum in Victoria, where it was concluded that they belonged to a fetal baleen whale.
Like other cryptids (Bigfoot, El-Chupacabra, Mokele-Mbmembe, to name a few), “Cadborosaurus” has existed only in grainy photographs, shaky videos, and eyewitness accounts. And there it shall remain, until legitimate scientific evidence is presented.