Loch Ness Monster New Photo Captures 300 Miles Away

It's a classic gentrification story.

Tourists move in and start taking photos. Rents are skyrocketing by the lake. Businesses are being pushed out. What's a Loch Ness monster to do but pack up and go?

In what could turn out to be a huge hoax, a man traveling to Windermere, England appears to capture this passing Nessie about 300 miles from his home, in the legendary Scottish Loch Ness. Unlike the typical, grainy image of Loch Ness sightings, the animal in this photo is a remarkable (unbelievably?) Clear.

Here is the original photo, taken by the anonymous traveler:


And here's a larger version of the alleged lake monster:

We can hear you laughing all the way from our office in New York, readers. So what if the photo happens to be out of focus on the same focal plane as the incredibly sharp creatures. So what if it happened to be released time immediately after the Scottish bank promised an exodus if the country votes 'Yes' on its independence. And too bad if even the Daily Mail which managed to raise its eyebrows at the authenticity of the photo.

It must be real Because the agency that sold us the photo thinks it could be!

“At first we thought it was a swan or goose,” Autographer's James Ebdon said. “We were initially excited, so skeptical, and then we started laughing. Who knows what it is - maybe a few kids. Having fun - whatever it is, we'll leave it to the experts.”

In the agency's version of the story, the anonymous photographer His tripod set-up for taking photos automatically throughout the day. When he returned from lunch to download the pictures, he found the "creatures" above.

Source : areazone51ufos

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