Finally, some good news emerges.
The Loch Ness Monster is back. The debate around the legendary phenomenon returned over the past 24 hours as mysterious photos from Scotland surfaced.
Take a look:
2020 gonna 2020, y'all.
Loch Ness Monster? Sure, why not.
— Howie Lindsey (@howielindsey) June 24, 2020
I’m not going to pretend to be an expert on every creature out there, but I’ve never seen anything quite like that. Don’t tell me that is normal. It’s not.
Is that picture too zoomed in for you to believe? How’s this?
Who had the Loch Ness Monster on their 2020 Bingo card? pic.twitter.com/TxiNDt9ax3
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 24, 2020
The picture was taken last September by Steve Challice during a holiday in Scotland. But Challice says he just now had time to look through the photos — during quarantine — and spotted it.
“Took this in Loch Ness last September but I don’t know what kind of fish it is,” Challice said, via the Daily Record.
I see a bunch of Nessie doubters pointing to the hoax that was known as the “surgeon’s photograph.” But could the hoax be that we now think it’s a hoax?
Today in 1934 | The 'Surgeon's Photograph', the most famous photo allegedly showing the Loch Ness Monster, was published in the Daily Mail. pic.twitter.com/3kdAqHrPDU
— Scottish Association for Marine Science (@SAMSoceannews) April 21, 2017
Makes you wonder, right?
All I’m saying is if the Loch Ness Monster is real, and still out there, I’d much rather talk about that than some other nonsense on this great Wednesday morning