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We get a lot of sighting reports.

April 8th, 2008 · 3 Comments

If you have seen champ, you can report your sighting here. Please use the “sightings” link at the top of this page to report a sighting.

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  • 1 jen // Apr 12, 2008 at 2:33 pm

    Both my grandmother Lena Passino we were camping at Port henry Beach and she was sitting on a picnic table down near Bulwagga Bay and saw the head, neck, and humped back. My mother Betty Mosley also saw Champ; we were fishing over by the Crown Point Bridge on the big rock by the fort and it’s head came up out of the water by the bouy. My mother was so scared, we packed up and left. Their names previously were listed on the original sighting boards. I see now there is one board and updated. Who decided who’s name stayed on the board?

  • 2 pepe taco // Apr 13, 2008 at 8:34 pm

    I want to believe in Champ I think that he can bring good will and peace to the world better than Santa Claus can. I know Joy Bryant of Port Henry.

  • 3 Annonymous please // May 30, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    I am reporting 2 sightings in one evening on the west shore of Grand Isle, on Friday, May 28 between 6PM and 7PM: swimming in a southerly direction, 4-5 dark/maybe black segments, each visible portion out of the water, measuring about 4 feet long, about 20 inches breadth was visible out of the water on each segment, total length I estimate was 40 to 50 feet, counting the visible portions and the space under water between the visible segments.
    I hope I am making myself clear with the description. The current was from the south, very little breeze, the animal was swimming towards the south, against the current, so I knew it wasnt some flotsam or a mat of weeds. There were no boats in the water for the entire time leading up to my sightings and during the sightings. First sighting was on the east side of Young Island, finally headed west around the south side of the island and out of sight. The second sighting was also heading south, closer to shore, and right in front of me, about 200 feet from shore, in shallow water, about 30 feet deep. The second appearance occurred about 30 minutes after the first. Same configuration for both appearances. Moving steadily along in the water with all segments lined up. I watched for the second time for about 8 minutes until it went out of sight to the south along the shoreline. It was hard to figure out what I was looking at and I didnt want to think that I could be looking at such an unusual animal with no logical explanation.

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