Top 10 Mythical Creatures Caught On Camera
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Top 10 Mythical Creatures Caught On Camera
Can a creature be considered mythical if someone has footage of it? Have I asked this question before?
Probably, because today, we present to you another 10 mythical creatures caught on camera. Number
one is Canada’s answer to the legendary Loch Ness Monster. Stay tuned to find out what it is.
Number 10. The Bear Lake Monster
The Bear Lake Monster is a cryptid appearing in local folk-lore near Bear Lake, on the Utah–Idaho
border. The myth originally grew from articles written in the 19th century by Joseph C. Rich, a Mormon
colonizer in the area, who was retelling second-hand accounts of sightings of the creature. However, he
later recanted the stories. In recent years the monster is considered to be a tourist attraction, with
hundreds of tourists hoping to catch evidence for the creature. The creature, if it does exist, has seem to
have gone in hiding with the last sighting reported in 2007.
The beast of bear lake is often described as being at least 40 feet long and with short, but powerful legs.
The beast was known to wait for its victims by the shores and then pull them in. It is also known to
attack unlucky swimmers in the lake. It is reported as grayish greenish with the head of an alligator.
This clip was said to be taken on Bear Lake which reportedly shows a huge creature thrashing about in
the water in the distance. The video is so low quality that you can’t really see what’s happening.
However, the uploader claims that it was footage of the bear lake monster. Is it real? What do you
Number 9. The Beast of Bray Road
The Beast of Bray Road is a hairy humanoid with canine features that was sighted near the towns of
Delavan and Elkhorn in Wisconsin, mainly during the 1990s. It was labeled a Werewolf in local folklore,
however, some people think that it is a cryptid canine instead. Some researchers consider the Beast of
Bray Road to be identical to a kind of Wisconsin Bigfoot named the "Bluff Monster" or the "Eddy." Other
names that have been applied to the Beast of Bray Road include the "Bear-Wolf" and the "Indigenous
It has been in the media regularly since the first sightings were publicized, and even had a low-budget
movie based on its legend. Because of the numerous witnesses who have claimed to see this creature,
the evidence supporting the Beast of Bray Road is far greater than the evidence supporting almost any
other werewolf legend.
In this photo, we see a photo of a canine-like creature crossing the road on its two hind legs. What do
you think? Beast or just an extremely clever dog?
Number 8. The Hellhound
The Hellhound is a supernatural canine, much like the beast of Bray Road. Features that have been
attributed to Hellhounds include black fur, glowing red or sometimes glowing yellow eyes, super
strength or speed, ghostly or phantom characteristics, foul odor, and sometimes even the ability to talk.
Tales of the hellhound go as far back as ancient Greece, with the three-headed dog Cerberus being one
Legend says that if someone is to stare into its eyes three times or more, the person will definitely die. In
cultures that associate the afterlife with fire, Hellhounds may have fire-based abilities and appearance.
They are often assigned to guard the entrances to the world of the dead, such as graveyards and burial
grounds, or undertake other duties related to the afterlife or the supernatural, such as hunting lost souls
or guarding a supernatural treasure. In European legends, seeing a Hellhound or hearing it howl may be
either an omen of death or even a cause of death.
This footage was first shown on the TV show Mountain Monsters. In the clip, the hosts were
interviewing a man who allegedly captured the elusive hellhound on video. The video shows what
clearly was a black, quadrupedal animal, but whether it’s a real hellhound, we would probably never
Number 7. The Skunk Ape
The Skunk Ape or Myakka Ape is a bipedal humanoid, possibly a relative of the more popular Bigfoot,
reported in the South Eastern United States including Texas, Georgia, and Louisiana, but most notably in
the Florida Everglades.
It has black fur and glowing red eyes