posted on Jun, 14 2009 @ 12:15 AM
Hi ATSers, hope you are all well.
I just came across this article complete with a photograph, which to me is very reminicent of NESSIE; our beloved monster of Loch Ness.
There have been many attempts over the years to try and definitively 'pin-her-down'; with varying, yet still inconclusive results.
I think about the expedition in the mid-80's where a maritime explorer, scoured the bottom of Loch Ness using multiple boats all equipt with sonar
technology, yet they failed to find her.
This new photo makes me wonder, does NESSIE spend most of her time in the oceans at large?
This would explain infrequent sitings and inability to locate her, and I'm sure the open seas would have much more to offer in regards to food, than
The Association of Maritime Research is calling for witnesses to aid their investigation; as per this article.