Nessie hunter George Edwards has published a photo showing an object in the waters of Loch Ness.
The cruise operator has been searching for definitive evidence of the creature for years and believes that this new photograph is what he's been looking for. Edwards claims that he took the picture near Urquhart Castle in November last year, delaying its publication because he had sent it away for analysis.
The image can be viewed - here
Fellow Nessie hunter Steve Feltham who has taken up permanent residence at Loch Ness was impressed by the find. "It is the best photograph I think I have ever seen," he said. "I think the images are fantastic - that’s the animal I have been looking for all this time."
Loch Ness Project leader Adrian Shrine however was unconvinced. "It looks like the object is stationary in the water, and a matter of metres from the photographer, who is at a higher elevation," he said. "Looking at the texture of the water, the object is about 2ft long, but it could be anything."
"Loch Ness cruise boat operator and veteran Nessie hunter George Edwards yesterday published his photograph, which drew praise from a fellow monster expert, who described it as the best evidence that Nessie exists."
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Source: The Scotsman
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