Brand New Proof That Nessie, The Loch Ness Monster, Really Exists?!
Loch Ness Monster - Footage Owner A Sceptic?
This thin form just beneath the surface was so fleeting that Mavor didn’t notice it at first when he posted it on September 1st. It wasn’t until a week later when someone commented on the video and suggested that what was seen on the video was Nessie. At first, the 54-year-old Brit answered that it was just a trick of the light or the waves but the more he looked at it the more he thought that it might have actually been the famed cryptid, especially as the area they were in was inland water and did not get tidal debris such as drift would that could have explained the shape. Speaking with The Post Richard revealed that the last thing he wanted to do was to make a Nessie claim, adding that he is the most skeptical of people but watching that clip back made him think that there was something strange there.
Loch Ness Monster - Footage A Fake?
Of course as you can imagine, people were skeptical about what Mavor captured. Some, just like he did at the beginning, claimed that it was just a trick of the light or the waves or some debris. Others had tried to debunk it by claiming that it was just a toy of a Plesiosaur dinosaur photoshopped into the footage and made to blend in. Though despite this, it is worth pointing out that it’s not the first Nessie sighting in recent weeks. A few days after Richard uploaded his footage, the news site The Scotsman reported that on August 26th an 8-year-old boy from London had captured a sonar image while on holiday with his family. According to the article, they were on-board the ‘Nessie Hunter’ when the boy spotted the figure deep in the water. The captured image showed the blue background of the loch with a heat image of a long, snake-like shape. In an interview, he revealed that prior to the trip he never believed in this monster but after seeing how big the loch is and seeing the captured image, he changed his mind and reckons that Nessie is real. Though if you are still skeptical be sure to read on until the very end to find out more about the history of this creature and other alleged sightings.
LOCH NESS MONSTER DRONE FOOTAGE - DEBUNKED!— Mister Sam Shearon (@Sam_Shearon) September 26, 2021
It's clearly this specific exact toy.
Let's get the media on the right page before it gets out of hand... it's already gone viral and simply isn't real!@CryptoLoren@MicahHanks@iTF_Radio#LochNess#LochNessMonsterpic.twitter.com/p6dnAHCtMi