Once again the world famous lake monster decides to make an appearance.
I would love for there to be an undiscovered beastie living in the lake it would open such possibilities. People searching for the monster dedicate themselves to this and I must commend their resolve, they should be an example to those of us who try to break news and inform others of the truth in the world.
Often we are ridiculed as tin foil hat wearing wackos and these dissuades people from talking about “conspiracy” but let us take a tip from the Nessie hunters and stick to the cause.
Who knows maybe, just maybe Nessie will be found leaving many with egg on the face.
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.
He said the mysterious dark hump moved slowly across the water the towards Urquhart Castle – the scene of many Nessie sightings.
George, 60, who has spent 60 hours a week for the past 26 years searching for the monster, believes this is the best picture ever taken of the fabled creature.
His photo has even been verified by US military experts who reckon it could be the real thing.
After watching the shape for five to ten minutes it slowly sank below the surface and never resurfaced.
He said: “It was slowly moving up the loch towards Urquhart Castle and it was a dark grey colour. It was quite a fair way from the boat, probably about half a mile away but it’s difficult to tell in water.
“I’m convinced I was seeing Nessie as I believe in these creatures. Far too many people have been seeing them for far too long.
“I’m convinced there are several monsters.
“I did not want to mention my sighting until I was sure that I had not photographed a log or something inanimate in the water in the water.
“I have friends in the USA who have friends in the military.
“They had my photo analysed and they have no doubt that I photographed an animate object in the water.
“I was really excited as I am sure that some strange creatures are lurking in the depths of Loch Ness.”
Fellow Nessie hunter Steve Feltham, who has dedicated the past 21 years, said: “It is the best photograph I think I have ever seen.
”I think the images are fantastic – that’s the animal I have been looking for all this time.”
The first recorded sighting of the monster was in 565AD.