30 April 2009

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The One About The English Channel Creature

When asked if I wouldn't mind posting the following call for witnesses from the Association of Marine Research, I almost replied that I would actually pay for that kind of content as it's right in my favourite blogging street...
I mean, hey, helping finding out about a gigantic and unknown sea creature, who wouldn't want to do that?

Oh, and by the way, there might be something for you in it too if you have the info they need.

Now, is it cool ot what?


Loup Dargent


Have You Seen The
English Channel Creature?


"On 20th April 2009 Thierry and Sophie were enjoying
a walk at the Boulogne Harbour. They are both
passionate about boats and sea-life and intended filming
the variety of boats sailing out of the harbour.

As Thierry was filming, his eye glued
to the lens, he suddenly became aware
of a large shape which appeared on the
horizon. Intrigued, he zoomed the
camera in to focus more clearly
and saw a huge, dark, rapidly moving object,
which disappeared within a matter of seconds.

Something of an amateur expert about
the sea and marine life, he knew this
was not simply the outline of
a whale or any similar creature
and was convinced that he had sighted
some phenomenon as yet unseen by man.
He decided to contact
the AMR
who are pursuing further investigations."

Subsequently the AMR has collected a substantial number of testimonials from different areas. The strong similarities between the descriptions seem to confirm the existence of a ‘gigantic’ and extremely ‘fast-moving’ creature off our shores.

Calling for Witnesses

"The AMR’s success in identifying this marine phenomenon is dependent
upon the participation of the general public. As the first report came from
Dover they have put in place a multimedia campaign calling for witnesses to come forward.
This will include the distribution of flyers, radio, press and online

We are calling for all witnesses of sightings of any strange phenomena
in the English Channel to contact the AMR immediately via our website

A reward is being offered for evidence leading directly to proof of this creature’s existence."

[ Wow and double-wow!

So, in short, keep your eyes peeled and let the AMR know of any sightings you might have been witnessing, okay?

As I said/wrote earlier, there might even be something in it for you... ]

What is the AMR?

The ‘Association of Maritime Research’ was created in 1901 in order to promote a better understanding of deep-sea life and the curious and unknown phenomena that occur in the depth of the oceans and on the sea- bed.

Their approach to research is to gather testimonials and question scientists specialising in marine research in an attempt to find a scientific explanation for the various sightings.

The AMR’s intention is to communicate their findings to the general public and enable them to participate interactively in the continuing research.

Tags : English Channel Creature, Association of Maritime Research, UK, AMR

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