The mystery of the Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie, continues to endure after a Scottish warehouse worker captured a photo of something that appears to be swimming.
“This is the first time I’ve ever seen Nessie in the loch. I would be amazing if I was the first one to find her,” Iam Bremner, 58, told The Scotsman newspaper. He was in the Scottish Highlands to search for red deer, but instead, he got a remarkable photo.
The picture shows three silver humps emerging from the water.
He said, “It’s a part of the world that always makes you second guess what you’re seeing.” “When you’re up there you’re constantly looking in the water to see if you can spot anything in there.
“I’m normally a bit of a sceptic when it comes to Nessie and I think it’s just something for the tourists but I’m starting to think there is something out there. When I saw it on my screen I said ‘what the hell is that?'” he added.
Since the 6th century, sightings of the creature have been reported in the Loch Ness. The first is said to have appeared in the “Life of St. Columba” by Adomnan. Modern interest in Nessie started in the 1930s when George Spicer and his wife spotted “a most extraordinary form of animal” cross in front of his car, with a long neck and body.
In 1934, the famous “surgeon’s photograph” was shot. However, it’s been dismissed to have likely been a hoax.