Cadborosaurus Sea Monster Wake?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 18th, 2013

Cadborosaurus Sea Monster Wake? Cherry Point Beach Vancouver Island Canada
Published on Jun 15, 2013

After over year, I have decided to release this video that I filmed shortly arriving at Cherry Point Beach Vancouver Island Canada,Filmed March 2 .2012 Somewhere around 12 noon.

GPS location of video 48.727064,-123.575689

This video shows a strange wake that I filmed for 2 minutes. Could it be the Cadborosaurus Sea Monster?< Cars show Island/blockquote>

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.

9 Responses to “Cadborosaurus Sea Monster Wake?”

  1. marcodufour responds:

    An unexplained wake? I have personally seen hundreds of those at Loch Ness but that doesn`t make it Nessie.

  2. allenfuchs responds:

    For all we know it could also be a sturgeon. It is about the right area and they have been mixed up for dinosaurs before.

  3. PhotoExpert responds:

    Meh, on a still lake like that, the wake could have originated from many sources.

    You ask the question: “Could it be the Cadborosaurus Sea Monster?”

    Perhaps. But it could have been from a boat, wind, large fish, school of fish, diving bird, etc.

    In cases like this, you must ask yourself, is the cause of the wake from ordinary things or do I go to the remotest explanation of an unproven cryptid? A Cadborosaurus would be the last thing on my list, therefore, the least probable culprit and also the least possible culprit.

    But I give you kudo points for having a camcorder at the ready and actually using it to document something which you thought might be a little strange. So many times people do not have a video recording device, or if they do, they fail to use it. You met that challenge. And for that, I give you credit.

  4. cryptokellie responds:

    Well for one thing, Cherry Point Beach is on an inlet on the East coast of Vancouver Island not a lake but the same issues apply. This wake or series of wakes could be caused by many things with the Cadborosaurus just about at the bottom of the probable list. I’m not saying that the Caddy doesn’t exist, I hope that it does. Just that this series of close shore wakes is proof that here, something is or more likely was moving through the channel.

  5. volmar responds:

    OMG! An unexplained wake! So what? Have you ever been to a lake before? Those are quite common and either the wind or a small sediment movement are responsible for them most of the times…

  6. Cryptidcrazy responds:

    There is a man-made lake just a few miles from my house and it gets rogue wakes all the time. They are extremely common and identical to the kind of wake in the video. I never once, attributed those random wakes to a lake monster.

  7. Goodfoot responds:

    So the Cadborosaurus is made of chocolate? With raisins? Red chiles?

  8. springheeledjack responds:

    All things are possible, but is it probable? Not without ruling out everything else first. While interesting,
    when evidence presents itself, as in this case, ask first what else it could be…and if you can rule out known things: wakes, fish, whales, seals, etc., then you may have a cryptid.

  9. John Kirk responds:

    It’s clearly a standing wave created by the passage of a boat. If this is Caddy, then my name is Archie Wills. This is not a lake by the way. It is on the Pacific Ocean.

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