Scientists were flabbergasted when the latest Loch Ness Monster photos came to light

Mar 22, 2024

Legends and folklore often have their origins in truth and history.

The Loch Ness Monster saga has been around for a long time, and photos of the monster have intrigued people for nearly a century.

But when these latest pictures came to light, even the most skeptical scientists were flabbergasted.

There isn’t much difference between folklore and reality

Our world has been filled with unknowns and mysteries.

But as man has conquered and settled into the world, many mysteries and wonders of the world have been either debunked or discovered to be reality.

And to this day, there is still folklore out there that has still not been discovered or proven to be fabricated.

You have the mysteries surrounding Bigfoot in many parts of the world, stretching from the Himalayas to the Rocky Mountains.

The folklore of aliens continues to persist in many areas of the world, with many people believing the little green men to be reality.

And the folklore of an honest politician lurking around Washington, D.C. is still as mysterious of a creature to catch a glimpse of as Bigfoot.

But of all the folklore around the world, the one that has caught the most attention by many is the Loch Ness Monster.

Loch Ness legend lives on

No folklore is more world-renowned than the Loch Ness Monster.

Believe it or not, the first documented sighting occurred back in the 6th century after Saint Columba forced a beast in the River Ness away from one of his men swimming across.

Sightings of the beast persisted throughout time up until the famous “surgeon’s photograph” taken in 1934, which caught the world by storm.

For the first time, someone was able to provide proof that the monster existed.

Obviously, the photo has caught scrutiny by the naysayers as some claim that it is a picture of drifting wood or possibly even an elephant (in Scotland???).

And ever since that famous photo from 1934 of the Loch Ness Monster, there have been several other videos and pictures taken but with little fanfare.

Well, it looks like we may have a new set of photos that are game-changing in the folklore of the Loch Ness Monster.

Earlier this week, dozens of high-resolution images were released for the public to view what is supposed to be the Loch Ness Monster.

Back in 2018, tourist Chie Kelly was taking pictures of the lake when, all of a sudden, she saw a “serpent”-like creature pop up out of the water.

Kelly told the press, “I was just taking pictures with my Canon camera of Scott and our daughter Alisa, who was then five, when about 200 meters from the shore, moving right to left at a steady speed was this creature. It was spinning and rolling at times. We never saw a head or neck. After a couple of minutes, it just disappeared and we never saw it again.”

Loch Ness expert Steve Feltham informed the Daily Mail that these pictures taken by Kelly are “the most compelling surface images of the phenomenon. They still defy explanation.”

Just take a look for yourself at the latest evidence for the Loch Ness Monster.

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