New photos of the monster of loch ness.

Loch Ness Monster move over, England's version of the notorious mystery -- dubbed "Bownessie" by locals -- is hogging the spotlight after a kayaker's recent cell phone photo of something strange in Lake Windermere has been spreading fast around the web.
According to The Telegraph, the photo -- which shows multiple humps rising above the surface of the lake -- is said to be the best evidence to date of Bownessie, and reminiscent of similar photos that some have alleged were of the Loch Ness Monster.
According to CNET, 24-year-old Tom Pickles snapped the pic. "Each hump was moving in a rippling motion, and it was swimming fast," Pickles said of the Loch Ness Monster-like creature. "Its skin was like a seal's but its shape was completely abnormal--it's not like any animal I've ever seen before."
Naturally, the picture is stirring plenty of controversy, as the grainy image makes confirming any of the contents relatively impossible -- but peoples' curiosity certainly has been enticed as the Loch Ness Monster legend rages once more.

15 comments:

The Pokemon Master-er said...

Wow ! :O

TheInternetView said...

If only there were a picture that was not blurry.

Paranormal Explorer said...

I have to visit there sometime! Maybe there's a secret tunnel connecting loch ness to windermere and that's why nobody finds anything with their gadgets lol

Jorge said...

Blurry pictures make me a bit skeptical.

JWtechparts said...

definitely find this fishy.

metalpark_73189 said...

Why dont we just dry up all the lakes in the world to find out if there really is a monster!

Rolando said...

just pour toxic into the lake when the loch ness monster is and see if she floats to the surface!

PekkaK said...

They never get good pictures of him/her :(

Patti D. said...

yeah, right... lol. can't believe how naive people can be.

Bent said...

Yeah. Sure.

mtn said...

yay, finnaly hd pictures of nessi... oh wait

The Cosbronaut said...

I KNEW IT!! and all my friends think I'm the crazy one...

Patwa said...

wow , sounds interesting

Have fun! said...

no way there is no monster of loch ness :D

f0rwhatitsworth said...

fake. hes called "champ" where i am from. hes an icon that they abuse for tourism, its not real.

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