Could this be the real deal? Scottish sailor George Edwards has spent the past 26 years searching for the elusive Loch Ness Monster but now says he has the best picture yet to prove the mysterious creature’s existence!
Edwards takes his boat the “Nessie Hunter” out on the water almost every day, often leading tourists who hope to see the mythical creature. According to ABC News, he was turning his ship back to shore when he noticed something out of the ordinary. ”I saw something out of the corner of my eye, and immediately grabbed my camera,” he said to ABC News. “I happened to get a good picture of one of them.”
The picture Edwards took shows what he says is the back of one of the Loch Ness monsters.
“In my opinion, it probably looks kind of like a manatee, but not a mammal,” Edwards told ABC. “When people see three humps, they’re probably just seeing three separate monsters.”
While many people think of the Loch Ness monster as a single creature, Edwards maintains that can’t be true.
“It was first seen in 565 AD,” Edwards said. “Nothing can live that long. It’s more likely that there are a number of monsters, offspring of the original.”
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