Could this clear shot of a LOCH NESS MONSTER style beastie be real or is it just another hoax?

Could this clear shot of a LOCH NESS MONSTER style beastie be real or is it just another hoax?

My vote is….HOAX.

There is no Loch Ness Monster. There is only a superstition that was began as a tourism stunt. To honestly believe such a creature exists is pure stupidity. This “clear shot” is a joke, to say the least, but worth a chuckle:

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So the question must be asked: could this be a glimpse of a legendary monster that has been teasing, attracting and eluding sightseers for decades?

Or is someone trying to lift Britain’s gloom by suggesting Nessie has fled South in advance of the Scottish independence vote.

Add to that the fact the photograph was taken and tweeted by the firm that makes the clever automatic camera responsible for the shot, and it becomes a matter on which even a partial Scottish jury surely would not be able to agree.

Yet there are some intriguing elements to this, the alleged first picture of Bownessie, the Sassenach version of the famed Loch Ness Monster.

It was taken on an Autographer camera on a tripod at the Cumbrian lake shore at Brockhole.

All I can say is PHOTOSHOP. This has to be the longest running hoax in history.

McGuire

Writer, Blogger. Political aficionado. Addicted to all levels of government campaigns.

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