The Loch Ness Monster
is a uncertain presence creature a lake in the Scottish Highlands.
It is similar to other supposed lake monsters in Scotland and
elsewhere, though its description varies from one account to the
next, with most describing it as large. Popular interest and belief in
the creature's existence has varied since it was first brought to the
world's attention in 1933.
It is said that he lives in Loch Ness in Scotland, which is the largest
lake in Great Britain .
The term "monster" was reportedly applied for the first time to the
creature on 2 May 1933 by Alex Campbell .On 4 August 1933,
the Courierpublished as a full news item the assertion of a London man,
George Spicer, that a few weeks earlier while motoring around the
Loch, he and his wife had seen "the nearest approach to a dragon or
pre-historic animal that I have ever seen in my life", trundling across
the road toward the Loch carrying "an animal" in its mouth . Other
letters began appearing about the loch ness monster often anonymously,
with claims of land or water sightings , These stories soon reached the
national , which described a "monster fish", "sea serpent", or
"dragon” , eventually settling on "Loch Ness Monster".
Hugh Gray's Photograph
He said "What I saw that thing which was about three feet or so from the surface
of the water and brought the camera picked up his image. I did not see his head,
and I think that the limbs were all under water, as there was not any movement
of the tail."
Dins dale film (1960)
In 1960, aeronautical engineer Tim
Dinsdale filmed a hump crossing Loch Ness
Holmes video (2007
On 26 May 2007, Gordon Holmes, a 55-year-old lab technician, captured
video of what he said was "this jet black thing, about 14 meters (46 ft)
long, moving fairly fast in the water."
Sonar image (2011)
The captain of one of the cross-lake vessels, which
Marcus Atkinson, pick up the sonar image of the body
Unknown long with a width of about 5 feet, which
show that he was followed by two minutes over the
boat at a depth of nearly 75 feet
David Elder's video (2013)
On 27 August 2013, tourist David Elder presented a five-minute
video of a "mysterious wave" in the loch. He believed that the
wave was being produced by a 4.5 m (15 ft) "solid black object"
just under the surface of the water.
The Edwards Photo, 2012
George Edwards, skipper of a Loch Ness tour
boat, produced an image of a dark hump in
•He claimed that the photo had
been examined by a team of US
military experts, who declared
there was no doubt it showed an
•But a little over a year later,
Edwards confessed the photo was
a fake. It actually showed a
fiberglass hump created for a
2011 National Geographic
Rumors of a huge animal living
in the loch have existed for
centuries – since 565. Some
believers have argued that a
lengthy history of monster
sightings in the loch provides
evidence of the creature's
existence but it may be an
Some sightings are cases of
misidentified deer or boat
wakes, and of course, there
have been several hoaxes.
There are some sightings,
however, which cannot be easily
As a conclusion I’d say that if
you want to be convinced, I let
you go to the Loch Ness lake
and see by yourself if the big
shape moving under water is, or
not, the legendary monster.
Actually I’d prefer to stay there
in safety, with this little doubt
inside my head…