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Florida Sea Monster Controversy





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Uploaded on May 9, 2009

Note: This video does NOT claim to have 100% proof of the 2nd animal being a Mosasaur.

Gene Sowerwine sent me an email some time back. He told me that the history channel had forced him to take down his website. The one where he had uploaded several free clips. And longer clips which he charged money for. Those who are determined to get hold of the videos, i suggest trying to contact Gene Sowerwine directly.

Monsterquest did not deal with this issue properly. There is more going on than they presented and/or the original camera man did not want too much to be revealed.

The German U Boat captains sighting may actually not be a mosasaur but another type of sea monster known as a Thalattosuchia.
Some say that mosasaurs are marine versions of monitor lizards and thalattosuchia are marine crocodiles.

None of the audio, video or pictures in this presentation are being used for profit.

My sincere thanks to brothers Bill and Bob Clark ( the men who filmed the San Francisco sea serpent), they are genuine truth seekers and have been of real help.

More on the florida mystery:

Mosasaur sightings in New Zealand:

Check out the video of the monster of Lake Van, in Turkey. That animal may well be a mosasaur type (or other reptilian) creature. Its certainly not an elephant like many suggest.

Monongahela mosasaur?

Good crypto websites:



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