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Juneau : AK : USA | Jul 20, 2011 at 2:59 AM PDT
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Video: Mysterious Alaskan sea creature spotted

"Deadliest Catch" veteran Andy Hillstrand, is all set to track a 200 year old sea monster called "Cadborosaurus willsi" or Caddy for short in his new show, "Hillstraded" which will be aired on the Discovery Channel.

Promotional footage of the new reality show reveals Hillstrand looking at a black and white video on his ship with two other men which was taken back in 2009.

The mysterious video which was taken back in 2009 shows a 20 to 30 foot long sea monster having a long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes, and back bumps that stick out of the water. As the video was taken on a rainy day and is a bit shaky the creature cant be seen clearly but local fisherman confirm that Alaska has its very own mysterious sea creature swimming in the sea.

Many people have given testimony about witnessing this sea creature who they say is "Caddy" a sea monster which was spotted centuries ago in British Columbia's Cadboro Bay and stories about its sightings have been circulating since than.

In 1937 more speculation was also created about this sea monster when scientists found a mysterious sea serpent inside the stomach of a whale.

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