Loch Ness Monster Spotted THREE Times This Month
Despite the recent theory from a scientist that the “Loch Ness Monster” is actually a prehistoric sea turtle that had become trapped in the Loch, the creature has been spotted THREE TIMES this month.
Henry Bauer, a former professor at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, suggested that ‘Nessie’ could have been a type of undiscovered turtle trapped in the Loch as the waters receded at the end of the last Ice Age.
Believable? Let’s see: According to many of the 1100+ sightings dating all the back to 535 AD, “Nessie” appears to be air-breathing but spends a lot of the time in deep water – hence the rare sightings. It may venture onto land, appears to be very fast in water, and has a relatively long neck.
Yeah…it could be a turtle, I guess.
Regardless, more sightings of the creature have been announced on lochnesssightings.com:
According to the site:
a woman noticed a "V" shaped wake close to the left front side of the loch shore and less than 10 seconds later, she saw something black surface for only about a second before it disappeared.
Eoin O'Fagan caught sight of something unexplained on the webcam. He said that it was visible for about 20 minutes but he managed to get a recording of it for 3 and a half minutes. He also explained that it was coming in and out of view for 20 minutes and there was definitely no boat traffic in the area.
Again, Eoin O'Fagan caught sight of something unexplained on the webcam - it was very similar to the 19 January sighting. He said that he saw 2 objects splashing around in the bay about 100 feet apart. They were 2 black objects throwing up a lot of water, appeared to be quite large. They were visible for up to 3 minutes.
I didn’t see much in the video, other than a couple of sheep grazing next to the Loch, and they didn’t seem to be too concerned that a creature was (allegedly) splashing around and making a commotion nearby.
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