Posted by: Katy Elizabeth on August 8th, 2014
After a week long investigation on Lake Champlain with an array of equipment (underwater cameras, hydrophone and sonar) Champ Search (Katy Elizabeth & Dennis Jay Hall) scoured the deep dark waters of Lake Champlain in search of Champ. On July 31 at 7:45 PM near Scotch Bonnet, Echolocation was recorded. This is the first time since 2003 that Echolocation has been recorded in Lake Champlain which indicates these animals are continuing to thrive. It is believed that these animals use this technique to find food, navigate the lake and perhaps it is a form of communication to other animals in the area. Since the visibility is poor in some areas, they could not just be using sight alone to find food. They also had a sighting of two Champ animals on the New York side of the lake through binoculars and Underwater footage was captured of the diverse ecology of the lake (where these animals frequently feed). Video of the investigation will be available to view shortly.
To hear this Echolocation clip clearly you MUST use headphones…..Echolocation Captured in Lake Champlain near Scotch Bonnet @ 7:45 PM by Katy Elizabeth & Dennis Jay Hall.
Katy Elizabeth was born in Warwick, Rhode Island. Katy has been studying the existence of Champ since a child. As one of the youngest and most recent Cryptozoologists, she made her life long dream into reality when she had her own sighting and experiences of this elusive creature on Lake Champlain. It prompted her to start her own non-profit group called “Champ Search”. The group's goal is to study, investigate and prove the existence of unique animals that inhabit New York and Vermont’s beautiful Lake Champlain. She is the author of the books Water Horse Of Lake Champlain and Water Horse Of Lake Champlain II available on amazon.com.