Video of 'Strange Thing' in Alaskan Water Goes Viral

Craig McCaa, of Alaska's Bureau of Land Management, captured on video something moving in the Chena River in Fairbanks, Alaska.
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George is already trying to debunk this story. But I believe. The strange things spotted in Alaska's waters. Could it be, yes, George, could it be an American loch Ness monster. What do you think? Prove it, gio. I'm not easy convinced. Wait until you look at the video. Many in Alaska wonder if it's the rumored relative of the loch Ness monster. So on this Halloween, you decide. It's the 15-foot mystery moving slowly and methodically through Alaska's frozen water. Garnering half a million views on the bureau of land management website. Is this Alaska's own version of the loch Ness monster? One visitor believes the china chomper is back. Another saying it's spookily timed. It could be zombie salmon. Whether it's a frozen rope. A very cold fish. Or real-life monster, the people of Alaska finding solace in the words of loch Ness local this is morning. You may be wondering what did that local tell us? He said, I believe there are strange beasts. I know they exist. That's good enough for me. Know that some of the employee there is at the bureau of land management admit to doctoring the the video. Adding music. Adjusting the speed. They did not add the monster the sflp what do you think it is? The speed doesn't change what we saw? No, huh uh. It changes it a lot. It's a bunch of buoys going through. A bunch of buoys? No, look at the natural movement. Coming up next, we continue

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