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'Exciting' new photographs of the Loch Ness Monster revealed

By T.K. Randall
September 3, 2023 · Comment icon 35 comments

Is there a monster lurking in Loch Ness ? Image Credit: Pixabay / AlanFrijns
A translator who had been visiting the loch managed to capture an image of something emerging from the water near Dores.
Chie Kelly had been taking photographs at the northeastern shore of the famous Scottish loch with her husband back in 2018 when she spotted something unusual in the water.

The creature, whatever it was, briefly emerged from the water in a rolling sort of motion and moved approximately 100 meters before sinking down beneath the surface and disappearing.

At the time, Kelly was concerned that she would be ridiculed for publishing the pictures, but when she heard about the major new Nessie hunt that took place last weekend, she decided to reveal them.

Her first port of call was Steve Feltham who has famously spent over 30 years living at the side of the loch while searching for evidence of the monster.
To say that he was impressed by what she showed him would be an understatement.

"These are the most exciting surface pictures (of Nessie) I have seen," he said.

"They are exactly the type of pictures I have been wanting to take for three decades. It is rare to see something so clear on the surface."

"They are vindication for all the people who believe there is something unexplained in Loch Ness. They are remarkable. I have studied them and still do not know what it is."

"It is not driftwood - it is a moving creature and totally unexplained."

Source: Daily Record | Comments (35)

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Comment icon #26 Posted by parafish 6 months ago
Yeah, hate to say it but logic dictates that this is a Whale who made its way into the Lock but couldn't figure out how to get back to the ocean. Or is happy where he/she is? I love the Loccy idea surviving an Asteroid that hit earth over 100 million years back, but the logic falls in a heap, so no loccy just a Whale we need to capture.
Comment icon #27 Posted by Iilaa'mpuul'xem 6 months ago
There are more than 20 canal Locks and swing gates to get to Loch Ness, some which are monitored by Waterway personnel. Nothing of any size could negotiate the journey without detection. 
Comment icon #28 Posted by parafish 6 months ago
Whales can live up to 90 years so the gates you mentioned probably were not there when Nessie got in which could have been any time past the 1930's. That or a local threw one in from a lorry and then created the myth!
Comment icon #29 Posted by Iilaa'mpuul'xem 6 months ago
Locks have been there since the 1850's, there was even a Lock keepers cottage to keep an eye over them. As for throwing a wale in from a lorry... do you realize how ridiculous that sound's... Edited to add: some locks could have been there earlier than 1850, that's just the ones I know about.
Comment icon #30 Posted by parafish 6 months ago
it is not ridiculous, Whales breath air so a wet sling is sufficient, (see Googles answer). Carrying a whale in a large container or water would be hard to hide, but not a wet sling and a crane on a construction site.
Comment icon #31 Posted by Iilaa'mpuul'xem 6 months ago
You obviously have never visited the Loch... I know how they transport Wales, and the costs would run into millions, why would anyone spend that much and the road system in Scotland would make it difficult undetected even today when the roads have been improved.  There is something in that Loch but its not a Whale.  Edited to add a new emoji: ?
Comment icon #32 Posted by Shadowsfall 6 months ago
I don’t think whales fair well in freshwater either….
Comment icon #33 Posted by Eldorado 6 months ago
The latest sighting..... "John Howie spotted the shape in the famous Scottish lake before it disappeared into the water. "He shared the image with The Loch Ness Centre who said it is potentially the ‘clearest evidence’ of the creature’s existence. "The Nessie-shaped figure, estimated to have been around 15ft long, was slowly moving towards the tree line." https://metro.co.uk/2023/10/19/picture-shows-clearest-picture-of-loch-ness-monster-yet-19692947/
Comment icon #34 Posted by Abramelin 6 months ago
A log?
Comment icon #35 Posted by Abramelin 6 months ago
I always click on news about Nessie. And I forgot why. It must be hope or something. My left brain says all these accounts by people claiming to have seen and photographed Nessie were idiots, or people seeking those 15 minutes of fame. And their photos always suck.   My right brain says, "Hmmm.... maybe."      

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