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Nessie hunters compete for 1,000 prize


Posted on Friday, 13 January, 2012 | Comment icon 22 comments | News tip by: Still Waters


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'Best Nessie sighting of the year' prize to go to one of three photographs alleged to be of the monster.

Sightings of the Loch Ness monster have decreased in recent years, especially sightings with a good photograph or video footage to back it up. The prize for 'best sighting' hasn't been given out to anyone for 10 years, but thanks to a spree of sightings in 2011 there are now three competitors. The winner will be announced by bookmaker William Hill later this year.

"The last recorded sighting was in 2002, when a postman captured video footage of something moving deep in the water."

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Comment icon #13 Posted by Still Waters on 14 January, 2012, 16:24
Gotta keep up the hike..Lock Ness is a dark dismal place , not really a place to spend much time there. But the tourist shop has bright lights and you can buy an ice cream from the van. So gotta keep up the hike. It just goes to show how people view the world differently. Loch Ness is one of the most beautiful places I've been to.
Comment icon #14 Posted by Still Waters on 14 January, 2012, 16:31
Yes, but 1000 for a pic of a floating log or the wake from a passing boat or current is pretty impressive Perhaps I should enter this - http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&module=images&section=viewimage&img=6300
Comment icon #15 Posted by Englishgent on 15 January, 2012, 11:57
Perhaps I should enter this - http://www.unexplain...wimage&img=6300 you should,,,but push it into the water first lol
Comment icon #16 Posted by Still Waters on 15 January, 2012, 14:02
you should,,,but push it into the water first lol Good point lol. Or I could pass it off as one of those rare moments when she comes out of the water to feed!
Comment icon #17 Posted by Still Waters on 15 February, 2012, 14:51
Updated - And the winner is........ http://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/News/Nessie-sighting-wins-1000-prize-13022012.htm
Comment icon #18 Posted by Englishgent on 15 February, 2012, 15:29
hmmmm edit......or, ''Jings crivens, help ma boab'' as Oor Wullie would say
Comment icon #19 Posted by orangepeaceful79 on 15 February, 2012, 18:22
Updated - And the winner is........ http://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/News/Nessie-sighting-wins-1000-prize-13022012.htm A thousand pounds for that? Each to their own I suppose.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Rafterman on 15 February, 2012, 19:13
Riveting.
Comment icon #21 Posted by DaGreatBeliever on 19 February, 2012, 19:02
Haha.. What they meant was a thousand pounds for the best fake nessie pic...
Comment icon #22 Posted by acute alan on 20 February, 2012, 13:28
Updated - And the winner is........ http://www.inverness...ze-13022012.htm Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club!


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