Loch Ness Monster Found In A Photo? Student Becomes A ‘Nessie’ Believer, Here’s Why
The Loch Ness monster believers can add another piece of evidence backing up the existence of the swamp monster to their list, as new photographs of the mythical creature emerged.Advertisement
Jolene Lin, a 24-year-old student from London, spotted a “snake-like head” peeking out of the Loch Ness from a cruise last week. Before experiencing the strange sight, Lin was a non-believer. But after what she witnessed during the pleasure trip, she now believes there is something unknown lurking beneath the waters of the Loch Ness.
“The weather was slightly drizzling and I was on the top deck of the Loch Ness boat throughout the ride,” the Sunday Post quoted her as saying. “About midway through the journey, I looked to the right of where I was standing and I saw a thin snake-like head emerging from the waters and moving a little before submerging back into the waters.”
She added that she managed to capture what she saw immediately as she had the camera handy. “I was a non-believer of Nessie at first but after I saw what I saw, I am convinced that there is something relatively large living under the waters of the Loch, and it’s not something which I have seen before,” she said.
According to Lin, no one else saw the thing and there was no other vessel during her possible Loch Ness sighting.
The images taken by Lin has pleased Gary Campbell, president of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, greatly. He said that the year 2016 already has many sightings of the monster, with photographic evidence to back up the claims. And according to him it was possible because the smartphones have cameras that can be used right away.
The photo surfaced just after a video clip that was released recently by Kayaker Mikhail Nenarokov showed strange ripples in Lake Turgoyak in Miass, Russia, which was apparently made by a long, snake-like creature under the water. The video footage even captured glimpses of the creature, Express UK reported.
“To be honest, I was a little bit afraid. I decided not to approach closer than 20 metres to it,” Nenarokov said. “I captured it on video from three different sides. Honestly, that was scary.”
The creature has been named ‘Miassnessi,’ after the Loch Ness Monster, Nessie.
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