Amateur Photographer Captured Photo That Looks Like Loch Ness Monster but Probably Isn’t

posted: 09/19/16
by: Kelly McClure

Adventurers, scientists, historians, and enthusiasts have been hunting for concrete proof of the Loch Ness monster since it was first spotted in 1933. The most well known documentation up to this point has been the infamous "Surgeon's Photo" (later reveled to be a hoax) but now it looks like an amateur photographer may have caught some real evidence on film.

58-year-old Ian Bremner was driving around the lake looking for red deer when he saw something unusual surfacing in the water. He wasn't sure what he was looking at but when he got home and examined his photos he was thrilled to realize that he may just have actually captured proof of "Nessie" after all these years.

The photo, taken near the banks of the loch only this past Saturday, clearly shows a long creature partially in and out of the water, much too large to be an eel. Could it be true that the Loch Ness monster is real? Commenters on the Northants Telegraph Facebook page suspect it's three seals perfectly lined up. But, if that's not the case, what is in this photo?

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