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CFZ Irish Lake video


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September 25, 2009

On thursday 17th September 2009, three representatives of the Centre for Fortean Zoology, the world's foremost mystery animal research group, (Jon and Corinna Downes, and Max Blake) together with Tony `Doc` Shiels, were just above Lady's View in Co Kerry, Eire. It overlooks the three lakes of Killarney, and on the upper lake, we filmed and photographed some anomalous objects that appear to be animate....

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8 comments

  • Badrobot#

    Badrobot October 16, 2009 7:21:49 PM CEST

    either the guy filming had to much guiness or hes spotted a naked bird on that island. yet another shakey unfocused not got target in sight film that we get inundated with regarding strange sights. for god sake invest in a tripod or someone with steady hands who knows how to use a camera. great film tho but feeling a little dizzy from the camera wobbles

  • Willowsprings#

    Willowsprings October 7, 2009 6:15:16 AM CEST

    seems like it would have to be a PRETTY BIG OTTER OR EVEN SEAL FOR THAT MATTER sorry bout the caps acidentally hit caps lock while typing and i'm too lazy to re write it.

  • Iamthe1#

    Iamthe1 October 3, 2009 6:11:20 AM CEST

    first i want to say nice video. I'm thinking oarfish. Long and slender like and eel, white with a red crest along the top. The description fits what do you think??

  • Evildweeb#

    Evildweeb October 1, 2009 4:46:05 AM CEST

    Thanks saint.Everyone be sure and watch all the way thru....its not about the first 90 seconds. The best part is at the very end. Sorry :)

  • Thesaint#

    Thesaint September 30, 2009 10:56:10 PM CEST

    Fascinating! To be honest, at that speed it's going at least as fast as a Marlin or a Sailfish and that's fast. If I had to make an assumption then I would say it was mechanical object maybe a USO? Great Vid, It's stuff like this that I want sites like this to be known for.

  • Stevezizu#

    Stevezizu September 30, 2009 9:56:21 PM CEST

    i fish there a lots its an otter the wake behind is the right size for the with and speed of the otter cool vid though

  • Fredje#

    Fredje September 30, 2009 8:07:26 PM CEST

    As we not yet have "studied" or are able to study only 1% of the oceans, these yet unkown creatures can and will stay hidden for us humans, only sharing a glance of them every once in a while or even never. Every year on the land masses new larger species of mamals are found. The rain forrests haven't even been mapped yet and contain many unknown species of plants and animals. So how can humans be so arrogant as to say they do not excist.........................these "monsters".

  • Mrpelpa#

    Mrpelpa September 30, 2009 8:01:03 PM CEST

    nice. a mini nessie?



 
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