Alaskan Cadborosaurus Footage Update

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 24th, 2011

Cryptomundian ogopogo2011 weighs in with further opinion regarding this much discussed footage.

Hi Craig and hi John Kirk,

In all fairness Kyle did also say that the “bulls” were 30 to 40 feet, but he didn’t say 20 feet. Also he was worried that the parents (bulls) could damage the boat since they appeared “big”. I don’t think that a 20 foot animal would do that since their boat was much larger. And as experienced Alaskan fisherman, they may be more accurate than most.

As for the heads, he told me that they had heads the same thickness as the neck, (which was muscular, 18″ to 24″, and that the head or face was shaped like the front of a 747. Curiously, 3 Asian Canadian fisherman also drew a sketch of an Ogopogo which surfaced 100 feet from their dingy, next to the bridge, when they were fishing. It also had a rounded 747 shape.

Might I suggest that these cryptids may be a different species than the Cadborosaurus? Since I think that they signed a nondisclosure agreement, I don’t think they will give an interview. But if I see them next October, I will try to get a much more extensive interview, if I can.

As for the $75,000, well the networks also play hardball and, yes you MAY hold out for more, but you MAY not get it. And as fishermen, they have expenses and $75k for a chance video is a good windfall. Now why the network hasn’t done anything, probably a lot of maneuvering behind the scenes.

And for the conspiracy theorists, maybe the video would upset careful evolutionary theories, who knows?

And I don’t have any connections with the network.cheers, ogopogo2011

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.

12 Responses to “Alaskan Cadborosaurus Footage Update”

  1. korollocke responds:

    What a crock. If this were real then it would have been shown, studied and discussed by the scientific community at large long ago. There wasn’t any problem showing the Japanese giant squid footage or the constant showing and discussion of various other “seamonster” footage all over TV and the internet is there? Also if it were real it would be worth more than $75k. Seriously people get real.

  2. sasquatch responds:

    Yo Korrolocke, the giant squid was already known to exist. And maybe, just maybe this is much more convincing footage than the normal fare….which they just tease you with for ratings-they know in advance they’ve got nothing conclusive…

  3. springheeledjack responds:

    It’s true, I’m skeptical, I have to see it for myself, but just because it hasn’t aired doesn’t mean it’s got no merit.

    Again, it sounds like the footage is tied up in corporate red tape, which I don’t even have words for (well, I do, but they’re all four letters).

    As for the giant squid footage, I’m not sure I remember who first picked that up. It was several months before a network showed it. And again, the red tape. Also, the giant squid is something that people knew existed, even if only from washed up specimens.

    I’m not making judgments until I see it and decide for myself.

  4. eyecitga responds:

    I’m a believer, too, springheeledjack. I have a little trepidation in my head but I tend to believe this video might just be the real deal. My gut tells me the network heads are trying to come up with the best way to present this to the public so that all that see it will understand the magnitude of the discovery. Hate to be long winded about this but I’m really excited to see what it truly is. Even if it’s not really what some of us think it may be, we still need to see it. I’m tired of waiting, though. Enough already!

  5. eyecitga responds:

    I can understand your frustration, korollocke. It’s really rare for us to see ANYTHING of value these days and to have the rug pulled out from under us time and time again can definitely make us extremely skeptical. I’m trying to be patient about it but it’s starting to wear a bit thin on me. Just need some kind of a hint of what is to be, so let it be. Keeping fingers crossed here.

  6. sonofthedestroyer responds:

    I don’t trust anything to connected to the mainstream media.

    Can you remember how that Champlain monster video so quickly became NOTHING?

    Video of such immense magnitude and all I hear now is the crickets.

  7. sonofthedestroyer responds:

    I will say that I hope I am wrong about the Discovery footage spoken about here. Afterall I want to see these amazing animals!

  8. Trecker responds:

    I’m sure the whole thing to this is the fact that Discovery channel is making sure that $$$$$ is main priority.

    I am sure they (Discovery) are in no rush (apparently) to get this footage out.

    I’m also sure they will use this awesome footage (awesome based on what Mr. Kirk has told us) to launch something like a whole new “monster” hunting series. (God knows we need another one, right?)

    Since when in recent time has the Discovery channel actually really cared about Science and “Discovery”?

  9. planettom responds:

    Can’t wait to see the footage. Until then, I will withhold opinion of authenticity until I see the evidence. Can’t assume on hearsay.

  10. eyecitga responds:

    After reading John Kirk’s newest thread, I’m am STOKED to see this. And to know that the Northwestern from “Deadliest Catch” is actually in the original footage is just terrific! If only the network could work hard to get this out to the masses and we get the chance to make a judgement for ourselves (bad sentence structure there!). Oh well, I’m just excited all over again. Please everyone, get your letters in to Discovery and let them know how you feel. We can make this happen!

  11. Mibs responds:

    I’m hoping to see the footage soon, but I’m not one to criticize those who are rightfully scornful of Discovery Channel’s unwillingness to release this footage. IMO, $75K doesn’t sound like the true reason why we haven’t seen this footage, and I can see why people would say that this sounds fishy.

    Again, I’m just hoping we can see the entire footage, unedited, unabridged, and in its entirely.

  12. Opalman responds:

    The fact that the network (and its investors) own all rights and the footage itself has nothing to do with authenticity. As for sonofthedestroyer’s comments, I agree totally.

    Let’s keep an open mind and not prejudge anything we have not seen or have no intimate knowledge of.

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