Does this picture show a monster in Loch Ness?
The photograph was taken by paranormal investigator Jonathan Bright and seems to show something other than a wave in the choppy waters of the Scottish loch.
Bright is a professional monster-hunter, who’s been on TV shows and even History Channel documentaries. He found the photograph three years after he took it as he’s spent months analysing thousands of his own surveillance of the area. He told the Express;
I investigate the paranormal but I also investigate legends and Nessie is one of them.
“Three years ago, I came to Scotland to investigate the Nessie legend and took thousands of photographs.
“It took me six months to look at them all and I found this one which I showed when I spoke at the Scottish Paranormal Festival in Stirling this week.
Bright is now expected in Edinburgh where he’ll search the capital for ghosts.
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What do you think? A fake? Just a rock peaking through the loch? Surely we’ve now seen enough scientific evidence to prove there’s no Nessie?
You would expect a splash from the creature as it rides right under the wave or more distortions from the surrounding areas. Shouldn’t it be fake then?