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Sightings

Hugh Grey's Loch Ness Monster

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This photograph is allegedly the first ever taken of the Loch Ness Monster, and shows that is thought to be a flipper splashing out of the water.

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The man who took the picture however, later claimed that the photograph was that of a dog - swimming toward the camera with a stick in it's mouth. The dog is a Labrador, and shows how easily something in the water can be mistaken for a "Monster".

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Tillghast

if you unblurr it, its really a labador with a stick in its mouth smile.gif

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Althalus

It's funny really how something like this has gone un-noticed for so long, and to still remain unsolved in so many books on the subject.

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Kismit

I see a Labrador . However I think the real mysterie here is why it took me so long to find this thread ? unsure.gif

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Saru

if you unblurr it, its really a labador with a stick in its mouth

King Pillow did you read the information provided underneath the picture ?

We've already established that it's a dog with a stick in it's mouth.

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Tillghast

whoops, dont kill me... alien.gif

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DEADWALKER1

A very good and wise tale posibly ture devil.gif

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