Creature Features is back this month with another exciting episode as Marie, Karyn and Eric welcome Champ Search members Katy Elizabeth and Dennis Hall to the program. We'll be discussing Champ, their research and Katy's latest book Water Horse of Lake Champlain II.
About Katy and Dennis
Katy Elizabeth was born in Warwick Rhode Island .Katy is a worlds leading authority on the Lake Champlain Monster. Katy has been studying the existence of Champ since a child .As one of the youngest and most recent Cryptozoologists , she made her life long dream into reality when she had her own sighting and experiences of this elusive creature on Lake Champlain . It prompted her to start her own group called “Champ Search”. The groups goal is to study, investigate , prove the existence and most importantly protect the unique animals that inhabit New York and Vermont’s beautiful Lake Champlain.
She has been featured on the History Channel's "In Search of Aliens" with Giorgio Tsoukalos, WGRZ News, WCAX News, numerous radio programs and websites from all over the world. She is author of the new book "Water Horse Of Lake Champlain II available on amazon.com.
Dennis Jay Hall was born November 4, 1956, in Middlebury, Vermont.
In the summer of 1965, at the age of nine, Dennis Hall had an experience that changed his life. His uncle Pete and aunt Shirley Bigelow were out boating in Plattsburgh Bay, Lake Champlain, when they saw something they took to be a monster swim under their boat. They came home and shared the story with Dennis. His life’s quest had been decided, he felt.
In 1973, Hall was elected President of the Vergennes Chapter of the Vermont Archeological Society. He was appointed by the Board of Trustees of the Vermont Archeological Society to a special task force to write the laws that protect the archeological sites in Vermont.Dennis Hall graduated from Vergennes Union High School in 1974. Halls research organization Champ Quest was founded in 1992.
For over 30 years, Hall has been the leading authority on Champ and has observed these animals on many occasions, that have continued to thrive in Lake Champlain.
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