Alaskan Cadborosaurus Update

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 19th, 2011

A new user going by the handle ogopo2011 registered Wednesday, May 18, 2011 here at Cryptomundo and posted the following comment:

I just worked with the son of the father, who were both on their fishing boat and video’ed the big caddys and the little caddys.

He told me that the big ones (2) were about 40 feet long and had necks about a foot and a half to 2 feet thick with a head shaped like “the front/cockpit of a 747″, the skin was dark grey, black, and the juveniles were about 8 feet long.

He and his dad were apprehensive about getting closer to the adults because they were so big and muscular, powerful. As big, if not bigger than their boat.

Anyhow, Discovery paid them $75,000 for the video.

Loren, their last name starts with an N, the son’s first name is Kyle, so you know I am telling the truth.

Kyle told me he NEVER believed in these things before, but sure does now…ogopo2011

Unfortunately, ogopo2011 did not offer any update on when, where or even if the footage will air.

Perhaps ogopo2011 has additional information that they can share with us here at Cryptomundo.

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

14 Responses to “Alaskan Cadborosaurus Update”

  1. Ulysses responds:

    More’s the shame! They took the 75 large and the whole story is now lost! For anyone it would smack of deceit. I guess we’ll never know unless they can come up with more footage for an even bigger payoff!

  2. stickyum responds:

    Thanks ogopo2011 for your Update. By the way, who cares how much money these fishermen were paid by Discovery Channel for their film; $75 thousand dollars is a drop-in-the-bucket, compared to what the major news networks would have most likely paid, perhaps in the millions. Think about it, if someone had a definitive, crystal-clear, in your face, film-proof of the living existence of the Loch Ness Monster and certain high-level, renowned marine zoologists viewed, analyzed and confirmed to the world scientific community that the film was, infact, genuine proof-positive of Nessie’s existence, they’d be richer than Donald Trump!

  3. Breck responds:

    I’m just not buying it. There’s no way news this big could be suppressed for this long.

  4. MountDesertIslander responds:

    What do you people do for a living that you can scoff at 75K?

    I don’t blame the fishermen in the least for selling the footage. It’s not their obligation to edify the scientific community. Their obligations are to provide for their families. Here in Maine 75K can go a long way in making my family’s life a bit less complicated.

    My experience with news outlets is that they pay big for sensational stories about famous people bleeding. They won’t pay for something that may turn out to be a hoax. Good luck trying to convince someone you got a video of the the Loch Ness Monster and that you should now be able to retire on what they will pay you.

  5. red_pill_junkie responds:

    All I know is that I want to see that video, dammit! 🙁

  6. whiteriverfisherman responds:

    I’d like to see a never before seen 40 foot critter!!! It would be absolutely outstanding if this were all for real!! Probably isn’t but it would be cool if it was.

  7. John Kirk responds:

    ogopo2011 has indeed spoken to the people that were involved in the shooting of the video. His info is accurate insofar as the name of the son is concerned and the letter the last name starts with.

    The estimate of 40 feet long seems a bit long for what Paul Leblond and I saw in the video. I was not there like the witness was, but I have a hard time accepting the 40 foot length. It was more like twenty feet at most, but then again I wasn’t standing on the deck of the ship from which the video was taken.

    Like ogopo2011 says there are indeed little animals and larger ones.

    I am just so disappointed that it is taking an eon to get this footage to our TV screens. I suggest readers write to Discovery Channel and tell them to show as much of the footage as they have and to show the original enhancements made by the guy who shot the footage. Come on people get typing.

  8. TCNecaise responds:

    In response to Mr. Kirk’s suggestion I did that very thing and sent my inquiries to the Discovery Channel. I feel as if all the other readers would take the time to do this, like I did, then maybe this collective effort will cause the Discovery Channel to get off the pot and answer us. I copied the address for everybody’s convenience.

    Kiln, Mississippi

  9. red_pill_junkie responds:

    Done, 🙂

  10. krvega responds:

    Done and done! This is serious, people. C’mon, let’s do this. C’mon.

  11. stickyum responds:

    I sent a letter, as well to both John Mallone and Discovery’s Customer Relations Hdqrs. in Maryland. The time is NOW to FLOOD the Discovery Channel’s Headquarters with Letters from our Cryptomundian Brethren around the globe! LET YOUR VOICES BE HEARD NOW!!!

  12. eyecitga responds:

    Hi folks. New to the comments but have been watching this site for over 4 years now. This particular thread has me ALL worked up. I feel as if this could be a blockbuster announcement and viewing, IF we ever get to see it. With that said, I was able to write Discovery, via the viewer response venue. Didn’t really know which “show” to respond to, so I used “Deadliest Catch”, since it was the first thing mentioned, along with the Hilstrand Brothers, when this whole thing went down. I think we’ll eventually see something, albeit way too edited and just enough vagueness to it that it gets panned by the mediots and skeptics alike.

    As for being new here and a bit apprehensive about what will happen, I live in the “neck of the woods” where those two idiots claimed to have a cryptid on ice (hate to even mention the subject) two LONG years ago. Anyway, I followed that thing until the bitter end, hoping against hope and all those other things, only to have the rug pulled out from under me, along with everyone else. Don’t even want to go through that heartache again. I’ve checked this site EVERYDAY for the 4 years now, looking for that one moment to tell someone, “TOLD YOU SO!!! Here’s hoping.

    Thanks, Cryptomundo, for having a great venue to peruse and occasionally get a nervous quiver here and thanks to all the folks who have offered fabulous dialogue and honest debate on here. Meanwhile, I’ll keep my fingers crossed the Discovery Channel does the right thing and sets the world straight about this very important evidence.

  13. eyecitga responds:

    Wow. No responses at all. Have we all given up on this, folks? C’mon!! I sent another letter yesterday. We have to stay on this if we want ANY results. I believe!!!!

  14. stickyum responds:

    You know, having vacationed many summers, in the beautiful state of Maine, I still wouldn’t want to live in that “Ice-Cube-Snow-Bowl” of harsh-winter’s wonderland, even if I was offered a paltry sum of money. Of course, I certainly understand and sympathize with those Alaskan fishermen who shot the “Caddy” video and got $75K from Discovery Channel. Good for them! That said, some of us commenters who were unjustifiably roasted by certain individuals, quote: “What do you people do for a living that you can scoff at 75K?” Our remarks had nothing at all to do with your self-centered, personal financial situation and nor should any of us be responsible, in some horrible way, for your unfortunate circumstances.

    Furthermore, on the subject of possessing a quality video of the existence of the Loch Ness Monster and being paid a fair price for the film, I’d bet you right now that anyone who had such a sensational film and possessed good business sense would be offered well over a $Million dollars. FYI, if Nessie is proven to exist, British bookmaker William Hill faces a payout of over £1 million (over US$1.5). Nessie might be worth over a million to those who gamble on her existence!

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