The Loch Ness Monster shows up and continues what has been a very bizarre year
The Loch Ness Monster showing up in 2020 makes perfect sense. After a strange first half of the year, Nessie showing up brings some much welcome good news. Let’s just hope it’s here to spread joy and not devastation.
Whether you believe there’s something more to the legend of the Loch Ness Monster than doctored photos or cases of mistaken identity, the recent evidence looks pretty strange.
See for yourself:
We’re not sure if that’s the Loch Ness Monster or not. Whatever it is, it certainly looks strange enough, especially since these pictures were taken in Scotland.
Quarantine is good for spotting legendary creatures
Steve Challice captured the photos in September while vacationing in Scotland. He hadn’t had time to look through his photos until recently — thank you quarantine!
Once he spotted it, he had to share the discovery.
“Took this in Loch Ness last September but I don’t know what kind of fish it is,” Challice said.
Challice estimated the creature must’ve been about eight-feet-long.
“It only appeared in one shot and to be honest that was something of a fluke. I watched for a while as you can see from the last picture but didn’t see it again.”
Is it the Loch Ness Monster? Challice has his doubts.
“Personally I know there has been some interest and some people are saying it’s the monster but I don’t believe that,” he said.
“I have to say I don’t believe in the Loch Ness Monster and frankly I think if anything is there then there is a logical explanation for most of the sightings.”
As crazy as it would be to spot the Loch Ness Monster, Challice makes a great point.
“My guess would be that what I captured was a catfish or something like that. As seals get in from the sea then I expect thats what it is and that would explain why these sightings are so few and far between.”
2020 may not be the year of Nessie. But we’re only half way through. Maybe it’ll be the year of Big Foot.