New Loch Ness Monster Video

I know this is a bit of a departure from mysterious and secret societies, but it is mysterious and has been for years. News out of Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland says that an amateur scientist has managed to capture what some are calling the best footage of the Loch Ness Monster ever filmed. Nessie, as the Loch Ness Monster is called is a creature believed to exist in a lake in the heart of Scotland, called Loch Ness. Loch Ness holds the mystery beneath the surface of it's waters which are said to be over 750 feet deep in places.

Over the years pictures, books and even a few movies have surfaced showing what is purported to be the 'Loch Ness Monster' but never proven, or at least not proven to the sceptics among us.

A man by the name of Gordon Holmes, who is a lab tech in Shipley, Yorkshire says he took the video of the creature that might be the Loch Ness Monster last Saturday, saying it looked to him like a very large eel.

Loch Ness Monster experts are planning to study the video and will let us know what they find. Apparently the footage is excellent and will allow scientists to figure out some stuff like the size of the creature and possibly even how fast it was swimming.

The Scots have kept th e Loch Ness mystery alive since 565 A.D. when St. Columbia wrote about the possiblity of lake monsters. Since the 1930's about 4000 sightings of the Loch Ness Monster have been reported by so far no one has managed to come ashore with the creature, which of course is really about the only way to ever really prove it's existence.

I don't know about you, but I'm starting to think a trip to Scotland might soon be in order, between Roslyn Chapel and it's Masonic mysteries and now the Loch Ness Monster and of course the golf, it has a lot of appeal.

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