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Loch Ness monster sighting



Visitors film a strange disturbance in the waters of the loch on a sunny day back in April 2010.

   

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Comment icon #27 Posted by silverity on 7 March, 2012, 10:00
Interesting video, thanks. No idea what it is. *snip*
Comment icon #28 Posted by kdroc12 on 7 March, 2012, 10:57
I know where that is ...Did you get to see the castle just around the bend? Yes, We had just left the castle and were heading back to Glasgow when we saw this! Amazing that you have the exact spot!
Comment icon #29 Posted by bulldogzrep on 7 March, 2012, 11:37
Thanks for posting the vid!
Comment icon #30 Posted by 11BRAVO on 7 March, 2012, 12:53
You are quite the cameraman!
Comment icon #31 Posted by hucksterfoot on 7 March, 2012, 12:56
Yes, We had just left the castle and were heading back to Glasgow when we saw this! Amazing that you have the exact spot! Amazing, lol ...thanks my Irish blood. Actually, I was never there ...that amazing Irish in my blood gave me the notion to have a look on Google Earth. :]
Comment icon #32 Posted by silverity on 7 March, 2012, 13:58
Thanks for posting the video... As for what you have on film, we will never know. I can say very strongly, it is not a lake monster.That has been investigated enough, and shown how that is impossible.....Long story, and would be repeating topics over again.. Breeding population, sonar used on the lake, etc, etc,etc It is nice to see some footage that is real, and is not a " proof of nessie " video.....Nice to see someone ask what people think, and not tell people what it is for sure. Thank You ! Err, I don't think it has been "investigated enough" or that it is impossible. It's a long story, y... [More]
Comment icon #33 Posted by Sakari on 7 March, 2012, 17:57
Err, I don't think it has been "investigated enough" or that it is impossible. It's a long story, yes, but I ask you not to be so absolutist in your statements - people might actually believe you! Roland Just one : Searching for the Loch Ness Monster BBC (2003) In 2003, the BBC sponsored a full search of the Loch using 600 separate sonar beams and satellite tracking. The search had enough resolution to pick up a small buoy. No animal of any substantial size was found whatsoever and despite high hopes, the scientists involved in the expedition admitted that this essentially proved the Loch Ness... [More]
Comment icon #34 Posted by ColoradoParanormal on 8 March, 2012, 3:41
Just one : Searching for the Loch Ness Monster BBC (2003) In 2003, the BBC sponsored a full search of the Loch using 600 separate sonar beams and satellite tracking. The search had enough resolution to pick up a small buoy. No animal of any substantial size was found whatsoever and despite high hopes, the scientists involved in the expedition admitted that this essentially proved the Loch Ness monster was only a myth.[ Just because scientists say it doesn't exist and there is not a shred of scientifically viable information to test does not mean it isn't real! j/k Yes, I would have to agree, i... [More]
Comment icon #35 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps on 9 March, 2012, 17:55
Just because scientists say it doesn't exist and there is not a shred of scientifically viable information to test does not mean it isn't real! j/k Yes, I would have to agree, it seems that Nessie has finally been put to rest quite some time ago my friends. The reason why I popped in here is because I just recently saw a show where they filmed the alleged carcass of a lake monster lying at the bottom of loch ness. the crew was fairly convinced that was the case, anyway. anyone else see this or any followup on it in the news?
Comment icon #36 Posted by Chrlzs on 10 March, 2012, 0:57
Probably Robert Rines - he has made claims and allegedly taken photographs of what could be nessie-like creatures, and video of a supposed carcass.. However.. Robert doesn't seem too keen to actually REVEAL the imagery, and he says that when he tried to re-find the carcass on a later expedition, he failed. I suspect the imagery, if it actually exists, is not as impressive as Rines suggests. If you can find it, let us know..


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