So we touched on Bigfoot. I figure why not stay on the famous conspiracies and talk about the Loch Ness Monster. She is just about as famous as any other lore or mythological creature out there. She’s worth some consideration in my opinion. Just like with Bigfoot and Aliens, there are plenty of enthusiasts around the world the support the legend of Nessie.
The Loch Ness is in fact a giant body of water. It’s actually the largest body of fresh water in England. It’s a beautiful and mystical place that in the minds of many, holds a secret, a monster that seems to like its privacy and that rarely shows itself to a lucky few.
The first reported sighting was back in 1960. It looked to be a sinking rowboat, but when viewed through binoculars, it seemed to be a creature with a long neck gliding through the water, swimming down to its depths.
Other reports from that year were from witnesses who saw wakes created in the water from something near the surface that seemed like a small submarine that was a greenish / black color.
There were two brief sightings in the ’70s. One in 1973 and another in 1979. They reported seeing a head like object rising from the water with a large mouth and a smaller eye. It was a brief look a this creature before it submerged back into the deep. Just as in the ’60s, the other report was of an object that looked like an upside down boat gliding through the water, causing a wake as it swam away.
A number of similar reports followed in the 1990’s and in the early 2000’s. Familiar stories from families and people walking along the shore of a disturbance in the water followed by a something gliding through and causing a large wake.
The last possible sighting was in 2011 by a shop owner near the water. Since then, Nessie seems to be quiet, but could still be out there, under the glassy surface of Loch Ness.
The Loch Ness Monster has been described as being Green / Black in color. The body, what was seen of it, was dark and smooth, like that of a seal. There is a long neck with a small head at the end of it, that would emerge from the water briefly, before disappearing back down.
Finding The Monster
In 1987, a project was undertaken called Operation Deepscan. Boats were outfitted with sonar to try and find the Loch Ness Monster. On the first day of the project, they had some contact with an object at different depths that didn’t seem to be the size of anything that was native to that body of water. It was described as being larger than a shark but smaller than a whale. The next day they went out again to try and track it down but didn’t have any success. They were only able to cover so much other than the sides and bay areas.
As for proof, all that is out there, is the personal testimonies of people who claim to have seen it and the few pictures that were taken. It is still up to your own interpretation. Could it be illusion or photoshop? It’s up to you to take it as truth or not.