Monday, April 15, 2013

Iceland's Loch Ness Monster Caught on Video

Story by Jamie Lewis

A video posted online has excited monster hunters in Iceland with apparent proof of the existence of the mythical Icelandic creature Lagarfjots Worm - Iceland's answer to Scotland's Loch Ness Monster.

Cameraman Hjortur Kjerulf captured the giant, icy snake swimming in the Jokulsa í Fljotsdal river, which empties into Lake Lagarfljot.

The Lagarfjots Worm, which is also known as Lagarfljotsormurinn, is first mentioned in sources dating back to 1345AD. According to Nordic legend, it was first a tiny worm which was put on a ring of gold to make the ring grow, Iceland Review explained.

When the owner of the worm returned, she discovered that it had grown enormous but the ring was still the same size as before. In frustration, she threw both the worm and the ring into the lake, where the worm continued to grow even bigger.

Sceptics say the video merely shows a torn fishing net which froze in the river, but the sleek movements of whatever it is that was filmed suggests otherwise.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Haunted Halifax | Canada's Oldest Most Haunted City

Posted by maureenarmour

A brief audition for History Television's upcoming series "It Happened Here," a show that showcases "how the ordinary looking places you drive by everyday have incredible histories to tell.

Friday, April 12, 2013

Crop Circles Debunked? You Decide

Video posted by Jason Thurow

In my opinion, this only explains the very crude crop circles you see from time to time. This doesn't seem to explain the very elaborate, large crop circles that appear over night. What do you think?

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Atlantis: Lost World

Ancient civilizations on the islands of Crete and Santorini, which may have formed the basis for the myth of Atlantis, return to computer-simulated life. The complete Atlantis documentary, studying the palace at Crete, the island of Santorini, and other phenomena which may give clues to the legend of Atlantis.

America's Loch Ness Monster

An investigation of the plesiosaur-like lake monster nicknamed Champ that supposedly lurks in Lake Champlain, dubbed "America's Loch Ness Monster."