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Friday, August 03, 2012

FROM 'THE SUN' TODAY

Is this the Loch Ness monster?

Nessie hunter's photo hailed the 'best ever'

Loch Ness Monster

THIS photo showing strange hump poking out the water is being hailed as proof the Loch Ness monster exists.

Nessie hunter George Edwards took the amazing picture while taking tourists out on his boat Nessie Hunter IV.

Read on...

3 comments:

Peter said...

The elevation of the photographer to the object doesn't seem consistent with a photo taken from half a mile away.

Tabitca said...

Under the comments in the Inverness Courier was this remark by a Mr Brian MacGregor "I know of two ladies who have recently seen the same sort of thing as Mr Edwards in the Loch, quite near Dores Inn but no way would they ever go to the press with the news for fear of attracting the ridicule that we see on this page today."says it all really doesn't it?

Gareth Shaw said...

Looks interesting, I might pop up to loch ness next week and have a look myself..If I get any good pics I'll bring them to the weird weekend. ;)