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'Exciting' new photographs of the Loch Ness Monster revealed

By T.K. Randall
September 3, 2023 · Comment icon 24 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 (24)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #15 Posted by johncbdg 15 days ago
Has anyone seen the 16 pix that was taken not saying body bag,but to ball like objects in one picture may be a clue this could be from a Nessie† doc or film that sunk those balls could be floats from that and the rest part of that Nessie doc or film. But here is some thing else.
Comment icon #16 Posted by johncbdg 15 days ago
Here is my picture similar... †
Comment icon #17 Posted by openozy 15 days ago
They do look almost identical.
Comment icon #18 Posted by Cryptid_Control 8 days ago
I can't say I'm excited
Comment icon #19 Posted by itsnotoutthere 7 days ago
Except of course how can it be 'prehistoric' this is 2023, that would mean this particular single creature hasn't evolved in 200 million years!! Saw a clip of a paleontologist explaining that for this creature to survive through history (if prehistoric) they would be so commonplace there would be whole colonies of these things like herds of elephants at a watering hole. Best guess from the paleontologist was a sturgeon.
Comment icon #20 Posted by pellinore 7 days ago
This image made me chuckle!
Comment icon #21 Posted by itsnotoutthere 7 days ago
Well, it's what the guy said, and I can see his logic. If it survived this long, why is there only one? But I believe we are as one on this topic at least....i.e. to be taken with a large pinch of salt†
Comment icon #22 Posted by Montello 5 days ago
nessie was some† giant water snake who live in that lake
Comment icon #23 Posted by Resume 5 days ago
Anyone excited by these needs to get out more.
Comment icon #24 Posted by Alchopwn 5 days ago
I've been saying the Loch Ness monster is a giant eel for decades now.

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