Did The Loch Ness Monster Reveal Itself to Photographers on Saturday?


Photoshoppers and image editors need to take a hard look at this one. The picture is almost too good to be true, but if it is – we may have finally gotten the clearest glimpse of the elusive cryptid.

On Saturday, September 10th, 58-year-old photographer Ian Bremner was taking photos of red deer near Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. He happened to snap a few photos of the loch, as well as other beautiful sights in the area, before heading home. Days later, while examining the photos, he discovered what he now believes to be The Loch Ness Monster breaching the surface of the massive lake. Each hump is described as three long.

Many people think the photo could depict three seals playing in the water, and I could definitely see that. However, I still think the Loch Ness Monster sightings could be attributed to big snakes, which the photo could definitely depict, too. Sources say a larger snake can live up to 40 years, which would cover the majority of the serpent’s sightings from the late 70’s until now.

1,802 sights of the sea beast have been reported since 1802.

What do you think is happening in the picture? Animals playing in the water, a decent photoshop or the Monster itself?

Written by Michael Therkelsen

(Senior Editor)