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Picture of Loch Ness Monster (Nessie) taken in late 2012

George Edwards, a Scottish Loch Ness Monster (Nessie) hunter, was turning his ship back to shore after using sonar to look for an old steam engine on the floor of the lake, when he noticed something out of the corner of his eye.  He quickly grabbed his camera and shot what may be the best picture yet of “Nessie”.  The picture Edwards took shows what he says is the back of one of the Loch Ness monsters.  Yes, “monsters” as in plural.  Edwards explains:

“It was first seen in 565 AD.  Nothing can live that long. It’s more likely that there are a number of monsters, offspring of the original.”

Edwards says he’s been fascinated with the Loch Ness Monster since he was 13 years old when his father first took him fishing on the huge lake.  Edwards says at first he was a skeptic but after living in the area for several decades, he now counts himself as a firm believer.  As for prior searchers who’ve used sonar and found nothing, Edwards “likens the sonar searches he’s seen in the past to trying to do an ultrasound on a pregnant woman while she’s running down a hallway.”

Picture of Loch Ness Monster (Nessie) taken in late 2012

Sources: Cascade News, ABC News
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