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'Nessie' photographed in Lake Windermere

By T.K. Randall
September 14, 2014 · Comment icon 59 comments



A misty morning over Lake Windermere. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Mkonikkara
A relative of the Loch Ness Monster has allegedly been caught on camera in England's Lake District.
Photographer Ellie Williams had been taking photographs of the wildlife around Lake Windermere when upon reviewing the images she discovered that one of them seemed to show a strange humpback creature swimming in the water.

The cryptozoological enigma appeared to possess a long dinosaur-like neck reminiscent of that commonly seen in photographs of the Loch Ness Monster up in Scotland.

"When I set up at Lake Windermere it was business as usual to take some lovely photos of the wildlife around the lake," she said. "When I reviewed all the images I thought it might have been a swan or a goose, as I was looking at the image on my smartphone."
"I'm open to suggestions as to what the creature is."

Critics have argued that the creature in the picture is a hoax because the 'hump' is too pointed, however so far the precise nature of the Windermere monster has yet to be determined.






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Comment icon #50 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats 8 years ago
They could have evolved a unique system from early on and become different to insects as we know them. There's been plenty of weird sightings of UFOs entering and leaving lakes. I've seen superb footage on TV of an orb which enters the water, turning red just before doing so, and you can still see it underwater before it emerges again. See the links given in my post earlier for superb details of giant insect sightings, one by a doctor travelling on a jet plane at 30,000ft! .................... Was this doctor called "Who" by any chance? FWIW there are too many "they could have ..." style comme... [More]
Comment icon #51 Posted by Jacques Terreur 8 years ago
Was this doctor called "Who" by any chance? when i hear "giant bugs", i think "EXTERMINAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATE!"....
Comment icon #52 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats 8 years ago
when i hear "giant bugs", i think "EXTERMINAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATE!".... Wirrrn actually.....
Comment icon #53 Posted by Jacques Terreur 8 years ago
yep...THE doctor sure knew how to deal with them bugs... .
Comment icon #54 Posted by captain pish 8 years ago
Its just a swan
Comment icon #55 Posted by kitco 8 years ago
Looks like photoshop too me.
Comment icon #56 Posted by John Wesley Boyd 8 years ago
No.
Comment icon #57 Posted by Liara_Tsoni 8 years ago
I am more ready to believe that Nessie or Brownessie is real than the girl is 24....
Comment icon #58 Posted by Jacques Terreur 8 years ago
I am more ready to believe that Nessie or Brownessie is real than the girl is 24.... sure she is! ....but maybe for ten years now....
Comment icon #59 Posted by acute 8 years ago
An open'n'shut case of a Gimposaurus.


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