I find the subject of cryptozoology to be absolutely fascinating. Usually, when a new story pops up around the internet, I share it for you guys here while trying to remain as bias and fair as possible. I like to look at it from the points of: what I think I see, what I think it could be outside the realm of normalcy, and a logical explanation.
In this case, I’m going to call it like I see it and say that this is some of the worst “evidence” of The Loch Ness Monster that you will ever see.
The photos come from a collection taken by paranormal investigator turned monster hunter, Jonathon Bright, three years ago. Only now has he chosen to come forward with his “evidence,” after having spoken to an audience at Paranormal Fest in Stirling, UK. He describes the pictures as Nessie’s head rising from the water…when in reality it’s clearly just a wave ripple.