Toh seeing himself again: the monster of Loch Ness. In the last 24 hours, the British tabloids have gone wild. In fact, Ms. Chie Kelly has resurfaced a 2018 photo from her amateur photo archive. And who is in the photo? Nessie! Or at least the usual double hump of the so-called Loch Ness Monster. The lady said she did waited five years to show these photos because she was “too scared”. Ms Kelly and her husband were taking pictures in the Dores area when the profile of a gray eel suddenly appeared about 100 meters away. The woman said so too the greatest horror That she was really held back for five years was due to the ridiculous figure the public would have reserved for her given this unlikely ordeal. Ms Kelly changed her mind when one of the biggest searches in 50 years in the Scottish lake went haywire last weekend.
“We had lunch at the Dores Inn and then headed out,” the woman explained. “I took pictures with my cannon about 200 m from the shore I saw this creature move from right to left at constant speed. Sometimes it twisted and rolled. We never saw the head and neck. After a few minutes She just disappeared and we never saw her again. At first I wondered if it was an otter, a pair of otters or a seal, but we never saw a head and it never came up for air. On the surface it made this strange movement. We didn’t hear a sound. There were these strange shapes beneath the surface and I couldn’t see any color – the water was dark. But I couldn’t estimate its length exactly the two visible parts together were less than two meters long“. In short, while we await real confirmation of the photos and story, which are no mere tabloid admission, the mystery surrounding the Loch Ness Monster continues.
Here are some “new” photos of it #Loch Ness Monster which have just been released and were gifted to Lochside resident Steve Feltham
The photos were actually taken in the Dores area in August 2018, but photographer Chie Kelly, 51, kept them to herself for fear of public ridicule pic.twitter.com/7VYRj0Xphd
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