Weird Science

Shocking New Photos Of The Loch Ness Monster Captured By Tourists

Of all the various aliens, axe murderers and leprechauns that inhabit the realms of folklore and myth, there is none so ancient, enduring and captivating as that of the Loch Ness Monster.

More famous than Bigfoot, Chupacabra or the Jersey Devil, for untold years both locals and visitors to the placid highland waters have reported sighting a mysterious serpentine creature gliding through the lake before silently disappearing below the waves again.


Of course, a gigantic Scottish plesiosaur is a difficult thing to miss, assuming that it does exist. There have been many attempts made in the past by scientists and sceptics to definitively prove or disprove once and for all the existence of the legendary creature. But despite using the most expensive radiographs and sonar available, there continues to be fresh footage and images of the purported animal even today. To see the latest sighting of Nessie for yourself, click here for more stories.