“The Mysterious Water Ape”

ape-island–Vancouver Island off the Canadian coast was visited by MonsterQuest during a recent episode in search of a large, ape-like cryptid 6′ – 9′ tall and weighing about 800 lbs., reported to be agile despite his size.  The island can only be reached by water, but grizzlies can do this and primates likewise can learn to use water.  This cryptid appears near water-rich areas, and appears to enjoy shellfish.

Despite the lack of a fossil trail, numerous eyewitness accounts (at least 80) dating back to 1900 exist of the “water ape,” and castings of footprints remain the most convincing evidence.  “Call-blasting” of reported Sasquatch cries by MonsterQuest failed to yield the rascal, and imaging equipment yielded only a heat imprint.

With casts of “unknown origin,” there appears to be strong physical evidence of something on Vancouver Island.  You don’t want to kill the creature, however, with native legends suggesting that death with find you within seven years if you harm this cryptid…

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7 Comments on ““The Mysterious Water Ape””

  1. carycomic Says:

    Hmmmmm! I wonder if that would mean periodic attempts by vengeful relatives of the slain Sasquatch? Sort of like all those grandsons of Gilbert Roland’s character trying to kill Willy Nelson’s charcter in the Gary Busey Western, “Barbarosa.”


  2. carycomic Says:

    Nah! Even Scifi Channel wouldn’t touch that as a movie idea!!


  3. carycomic Says:

    P.S.—for those who might not have caught it, the first time round? History Channel will be re-running “Mega-Hog” @ 11:00 PM(EDT), Sunday 05/03/09.


  4. Carycomic Says:

    And, I am once again up to date.


  5. Carycomic Says:

    My local cablevision provider blacked out most of the channels I like to watch as part of their scheme to extort all those who already HAD cablevision into getting a SECOND unscrambling box, prior to the Big Conversion.


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