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Loch Ness monster sighting
Updated: 5/6/2020
Loch Ness monster sighting
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  • Mr. Campbell reported seeing a whale-like creature and the Loch's water "cascading and churning".
  • In 1934 a highly respected surgeon claimed to have taken a piture of the Loch Ness monster while driving along the Northern shore of Loch Ness.
  • On May 2, 1933 a local couple claimed to have seen "an enormous animal rolling and plunging on the surface".
  • Scholars of the Loch Ness Monster find a dozen references to “Nessie” in Scottish history, dating back to around 500 A.D., when local Picts carved a strange aquatic creature into standing stones near Loch Ness.
  • During the 1960s several British universities used sonar to explore Loch Ness. They didn't a lot, but on each exploration they detected large moving objects that they couldn't explain.
  • In 1975, Boston's Academy of Applied Science did an exploration combining sonar and underwater photography and discovered the giant flipper of a plesiosaur-like creature.
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