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New Loch Ness Monster video surfaces

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Footage taken by amateur photographer David Elder of a dark object in Loch Ness has appeared online.

The 50-year-old filmed the mysterious disturbance in the water from the south-west side of the loch near Fort Augustus.

Source: http://www.unexplain...video-surfaces

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Its just waves :)

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I believe this is a topic elsewhere as I responded to it yesterday. I'll try and find it.

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I believe this is a topic elsewhere as I responded to it yesterday. I'll try and find it.

This thread is for comments on the front page news story.

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This thread is for comments on the front page news story.

A similar video has been made at least once before, that I remember and shows a standing wave created by a boat wake. The Loch, because of its peculiar shape, creates several natural and man made waves that can appear eerily siimilar to an object passing just beneath the surface. I can't remember which show but experimenters ran a medium sized boat down the Loch and created waves just like the one shown. The wake flows to teh shore, rebounds and then rejoins to create a standing wave a fairly long duration. There are other waves created naturally in the Loch with a similar look and length of life. Seems like we are destined to see these type videos every few years ad-infinitum.

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Looks like just waves to me. Besides, I can see other waves in the picture.

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wave monster????

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Wave back then... ;)

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Yes, Nessie is the most famous wave out there.

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[sarcasm]Now this evidence is real.[\Sarcasm]

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Yep, that's a wave.

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The video shows us that...ripples exist!

lol

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Silly water pretending to be Lochness!

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I believe this is a topic elsewhere as I responded to it yesterday. I'll try and find it.

I posted it in the "Charlie Sheen is searching for the Loch Ness monster" thread.

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omg, are they getting that lazy, i would of at least got a boat and dropped a log out there then went back to shore and filmed that, not a stupid wave, and this is coming from a believer lol

Edited by ShadowBoy86x

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Oh my yes. No "ordinary" wind swept water could produce those results. :/ ... Show me the footage 5 minutes before and after if you want to get my attention.

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Wave? Really? Come on. At leave throw a rubber monster in there.

Edited by Imaginarynumber1

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Where was Charlie Sheen at on that one??

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lol what. That's clearly just a ripple in the water.

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I'm going to side with Merc on this one. This does appear to have all the signs of a standing wave, and Loch Ness is known for these waves.

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Nessie would have to be immortal seeing as there have been these "sightings" for a very long time now, or else they {nessie monsters} are breeding.

Looks like a wave behaving oddly to me.

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its not loch ness monster but his son !

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Cool, a wave.

It's called a boat wake.

Edited by AlienDan

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This is definitely waves or ripples.

Edited by Lust

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Footage taken by amateur photographer David Elder of a dark object in Loch Ness has appeared online.

Vague footage which proves nothing.

Like the typical "proof" of Alien spaceships.

Of course approved by the Scottish Tourist Board, LOL

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