New Champ Sighting

Posted by: Katy Elizabeth on August 3rd, 2015

New Champ Sighting Report Submitted yesterday!

Spotted something large in the water while waiting for the draw bridge to close coming off from North Hero. It was at 7:30pm 8/01/15. My fiancé was taking photos of the lake with her ipad when something large came up. She noticed a smooth large hump appear from the water and then slowly submerge. She took four photos of what looks like a large line in calm water that appears and gets smaller. I saw her reaction and missed it as I turned to see what she was reacting to.

See also: Fourth of July Champ Sighting

#ChampSearch #LakeChamplainMonster

Katy Elizabeth About Katy Elizabeth
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.


2 Responses to “New Champ Sighting”

  1. cryptokellie responds:

    No long-neck reported…more credibility to the story. And where are the images?

  2. springheeledjack responds:

    I hope we get to see the photos . . . though I have a feeling we won’t get anything definitive, BUT there’s always hope 🙂

    I would like to get more details on size, color and so on. Hopefully Katy n Dennis will follow up.




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