Tourists say they caught ‘water monsters’ on video
KANAS LAKE, China — Is there a Loch Ness in China?
Maybe not, but witnesses claim they captured pictures of “water monsters” creating waves in China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Thursday morning.
Wang Hongqiao, a worker at the Kanas Lake Scenic Zone, along with his colleagues and other tourists, were on a cloud-sightseeing visit when they noticed a swift-moving creature in the lake. That’s when Wang grabbed his camera and started recording.
The group described the sighting as “conspicuous white spots” swimming at a high speed in several directions. It’s hard to make out the exact object in the amateur video, which shows a stream of white waves moving at a fast pace.
What do you think was caught on video? Watch the clip and judge for yourself!
- Information from CCTV