According to Scottish skipper,, the Loch Ness monster has finally been spotted by him and he has evidence to prove it, but is that really the truth?
A Scottish skipper by the name of George Edwards has finally proven to the world that the Loch Ness monster exist, and he has successfully ended a 70-year-old mystery which had been troubling man-kind for decades. Well, that is what George Edwards claims, but that might not be the case as such 'evidences' have been provided by many people before and they just end up being a hoax, or something else mistaken for the monster.
According to reports, George Edwards spotted the Loch Ness monster on Nov. 2, 2011, and then he took a photograph to prove its existence. In the photograph, there seems to be a single hump in the water, and Edwards claims that the monster itself had risen to the surface of water, and he was able to capture that moment. Edwards said according to a report by dailymail.co.uk, that "It was slowly moving up the loch towards Urquhart Castle and it was a dark grey color. It was quite a fair way from the boat, probably about half a mile away but it's difficult to tell in water."
George Edwards also said that he watched the object for five to 10 minutes and then it slowly sank back to the water and did not emerge again. The Scottish skipper says that he waited to release the photograph until the time he got it verified be a ' team of US military monster experts'. The strange part in the story is that the U.S. military does not have a team of 'monster experts'. In fact there is no such official team that is dispatched to verify such monstrous creatures around the world. In fact it was not even clarified that what would this verification entail? If it was just to check whether the photo was real and not a fake, then still so many of the questions will still remain unanswered. Even if the picture is not digitally mastered, the object in the picture can be anything from a floating log, to a floating can or even a monster! so no one can say for sure.
The Loch Ness monster first grabbed international attention back in the 1930s after a London surgeon by the name of Kenneth Wilson, posted a picture the lake, in which a serpentine head and neck were visible. However, later in life, Wilson admitted that it was all a hoax but people still are bent on finding a monster at the Loch Ness lake.