A possible sighting of the Ogopogo, which is Canada’s version of the Loch Ness monster, has been reported at Lake Okanagan in British Columbia.

Richard Huls, who shot a 30-second video of two long ripples moving in a direction not parallel to that of the waves, thinks he has caught the elusive monster on camera.

Ogopogo is most commonly described as a 40- to 50-foot sea serpent. The roots of the Ogopogo can be traced back to a Canadian Indian mythical beast called N’ha-a-itk. Animals were sacrificed to N’Ha-a-itk by the Indians so that they could have safe passage over Lake Okanagan.

Over the years the stories of the monster have taken on a life of their own, turning into myth and legend. Though the lake has been extensively searched, there has never been any sign of the legendary monster.

Check out the video posted below.