Is ogopogo real?
many believe he/she is but another percentage of people believe that the ogopogo is myth. There is overlapping evidence that the Ogopogo is real, enough to make you believe, but much of it is not very realistic, also referring to why all the old pictures of the ogopogo were un focused and blurry. They were usually hard to make out. Scientists and Divers and reporters alike have all been trying to uncover further evidence. The OgoPogo is even protected by fish federations....
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How many people believe the ogopogo?
everybody has different beliefs but nobody knows for sure how many people belive and don't belive in the mythical so called "Ogopogo". Many people say that they believe in ogopogo because they apparently had an experience with him but a good percentage of people pretend they had an Experiance with him/her for publicity. :) Sorry I can not supply much information but personally I believe in the Ogopogo. ...
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What are some of the behaviors that the ogopogo monster does?
The Ogopogo Monster, also known as the "lake demon" probably has the characteristics of eating people? He is a lake demon after all. ...
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What are the release dates for In Search of--- - 1976 The Ogopogo Monster 2-8?
In Search of--- - 1976 The Ogopogo Monster 2-8 was released on: USA: 28 January 1978 ...
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Where is the ogopogo found?
Ogopogo, real or mythical, is to be found in Canada's British Colombia lake called Okanagan. or called Okanagan lake or commonly known as lake Okanagan. Although few people believe that it is found in a lake in Scotland, he/she is most plainly said to be found in Lake Okanagan in Canada, B.C. The people who believe that the Legendary Ogopogo lives in a lake in Scotland, perhaps are confusing the ogopogo with the Mythical or not Loch Ness Monster or more commonly known,"Nessie". ...
When did they discover the Ogopogo?
Resources claim that the Ogopogo has been sighted by European settlers as early as 1860, but Okonagan First Nations have known them for far longer. P.S. Keep in mind it was never officially discovered, only sighted, which is why it is called a cryptid. ...