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Friday, 01. June 2007
New Video of the Loch Ness Monster?
The Scots joke about Nessie. The Scots exploit Nessie - look at the sales of those tacky green stuffed monsters. But the Scots also believe in Nessie.
Speak to people who live beside the loch and you’ll discover a kind of quiet respect. They believe there’s something mysterious about the deep, dark water of Loch Ness.
So will the legend ever die? It’s unlikely. The latest film “evidence” of something strange in Loch Ness was captured by Gordon Holmes, a 55-year-old a lab technician from Shipley, Yorkshire, last week.
"I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw this jet black thing, about 45-feet (15 meters) long, moving fairly fast in the water," said Mr Holmes. His film shows something moving at about 6 mph (10 kph) in a straight line.
Nessie video, Nessie insurance: the legend lives on by Times Online.
Elsewhere: Truth or Fiction? New Loch Ness Sighting by ABC News.
See also: Man claims to have filmed nessie by STV. The Video there has much better quality than this one from YouTube:
And for your own hunting:
Enjoy viewing the live video streaming camera
overlooking Loch Ness, in the Highlands of Scotland!
What You can do from this Highlands of Scotland Camera:
Send an image and message to a friend
Take a picture for the gallery
View archive images
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To learn more about research and underwater explorations of Loch Ness, go to the Loch Ness Project by Adrian Shine.
Loren Coleman and Joe Nickell on Paula Zahn Now! discussing recent Nessie footage from Gordon Holmes video:
Video: Gordon Holmes speaks to the BBC about his sighting.
And Benjamin Radford's commentary on the Gordon Holmes video:
There is no shortage of videotape of “mysterious things" moving in the world's lakes. The problem is that often these could be nearly anything, and most likely are natural phenomenon or known creatures. There are many fish and fauna around Loch Ness that could look easily create the image Holmes taped.
New Video Likely Not Loch Ness Monster by LiveScience.
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