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On November 12, 1933, Gray was reportedly walking home from church with a simple box camera in hand. He spotted an “object of considerable dimensions, rising two or three feet above the water, dark gray in color with smooth and glistening skin.”
Gray took five snapshots of the animate shape, but was later discouraged that four of the photos had not developed properly. However, the fifth picture depicted an unusual shape in the water. Still, many felt that Gray’s image did little to prove the existence of a lake creature, that it was too vague. Others have remained open-minded that Gray, indeed, captured the first image of Nessie.
Hugh Gray's picture of a dog?
On November 12, 1933, Hugh Gray took a picture of something rising out of the water. Word of it spread like wildfire as the picture was printed in newspapers around the globe. However, you can see the resemblance of a labrador retriever carrying a stick in its mouth towards the camera. Nevertheless, over the next year, there were over 50 reported sightings of Nessie.