In 1933, George Spicer and his wife claimed to have seen ‘a most extraordinary form of animal‘ 4 feet high and 25 feet long crossing the road near the Loch. Next year in 1934, Dr Robert Kenneth Wilson took the famous picture of the Loch Ness Monster (shown above). However, it was later revealed to be a hoax. The creature was made with a toy from Woolworth’s. Again in 1935, renowned big game hunter Marmaduke Wetherell claimed to have found a footprint of the monster. He in fact made it using a type of dried hippo’s foot used as umbrella stands at the time.
So, most reports of the mysterious aquatic beast of Loch Ness are simply mistakes and misidentifications. This Nessie satellite image is the latest. In spite of many recorded sightings of Loch Ness monster over the years, most of them were revealed to be hoaxes. Scientists do not believe in the suggestion about such a monster lives in the Loch.
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