How to fix an ugly lake in Canada

It was a summer morning in April.

My partner and I were in our car on the way to work when we noticed a large white blob on the side of the road, the kind that would be easily spotted on a satellite.

But this one, this blob, was different.

It was very, very dark, and the water had dried up.

The water was rising fast.

As I drove on, we couldn’t stop and didn’t dare go further.

At this point, the blob was visible from my car’s dashboard, and I noticed that it had no tail.

This blob was about the size of a small house.

Its dark outline was almost invisible, but the shape of its face reminded me of a person I’d seen on TV, sitting in a dark chair with a face in his lap.

I pulled over and started recording the video.

The blob looked like it was about three feet in diameter and about eight feet long.

It sat on the roadside, a few feet away from the water.

We decided to drive on, as it was a safe path.

As we drove, I noticed the water was getting heavier and heavier.

We were approaching the lake at a speed that seemed to be increasing and was almost causing it to break up.

I knew it was coming, so I drove up to it.

I saw that it was getting increasingly more dark and it was beginning to turn black.

I started backing up the car, hoping to get it out of the way, but I couldn’t see it.

Then, as I backed up, I heard a loud bang.

The whole thing was shaking.

As the blob got closer, I thought, This is it.

And I was about to start filming when the blob suddenly moved.

It stood up, looked at me, and said, I know you’re trying to scare me, but you’re not going to get away with this.

I turned the car around, took out my phone, and began recording the scene.

I thought I’d have to turn the video back around to get the camera out of my view, so as to not make it look like I was trying to capture a ghost.

But I didn’t need to.

I got the camera right back out.

I’d never seen anything like this, and this was the first time I’d ever been so scared that I was actually trying to record a ghost—that was a first.

The video of this eerie blob on a lake in Ontario is the first video of it ever to be released to the public, thanks to a Kickstarter campaign launched by the Canadian Institute of Professional Journalists.

It’s not a video of a ghost, but it’s a video with no one to believe in it.

The project is a way for Canadians to share the horrors of their lives and the fear of their neighbors.

In the video, a narrator says, We have to go through these things before we believe they can be true.

The narrator says the blob has a human face.

There are no ghosts in the video because it’s just us in the car.

The only people who are scared are the narrator and a man in the passenger seat.

It doesn’t look like a ghost but it is, and that’s a scary thing to be.

The audio was recorded by the narrator’s phone and then uploaded to the crowdfunding website Patreon, which is a platform for people to fund their projects.

The crowdfunding campaign has raised more than $20,000 for the video so far.

As of this writing, the video has received more than 7,600 views.

And that’s just the first, as this video has gone viral and has been shared more than 2 million times on YouTube. I didn