PSICAN - Paranormal Studies and Inquiry Canada

British Columbia


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An expedition equipped with infrared thermal imaging equipment, sonar and hydrophones combed British Columbia's Okanagan Lake last week in search of the elusive creature, but came up empty.

The search was part of the History channel's "Monster Quest,'' a television program that examines monster sightings around the world and will be aired early in the new year.

While there was no sign of Ogo-Pogo, crews did find something fishy in the lake's underwater caves, a Kelowna man who helped organize the expedition says "there was a specimen of some kind down there....it was pretty small, probably only about six to eight inches long, with some kind of flukey tail on it.''


Nobody could tell what it was.

Divers brought it to the surface, and its DNA will be analyzed for the tv program by the bio-diversity institute in Guelph.

An expedition equipped with infrared thermal imaging equipment, sonar and hydrophones combed British Columbia's Okanagan Lake last week in search of the elusive creature, but came up empty.

The search was part of the History channel's "Monster Quest,'' a television program that examines monster sightings around the world and will be aired early in the new year.

While there was no sign of Ogo-Pogo, crews did find something fishy in the lake's underwater caves, a Kelowna man who helped organize the expedition says "there was a specimen of some kind down there....it was pretty small, probably only about six to eight inches long, with some kind of flukey tail on it.''

Nobody could tell what it was.

Divers brought it to the surface, and its DNA will be analyzed for the tv program by the bio-diversity institute in Guelph.


Original title: The search for Ogo-Pogo Published by 680 News Sunday, November 9th, 2008