Loch Ness is a gorgeous huge lake situated in Scotland. This lake is well-known for the cryptid creature, the Loch Ness monster, which became popular in the 1930s by a journalist, Alex Campbell, who witnessed it when he passed by near the lake with his wife. By scholars, previous sightings of such a monster did occur before the 1930s.
The monster is said to be like a dragon, or mostly like a dinosaur with long neck. The problem here, no accurate evidence and proof exist to support the existence of such a creature. Even many people did report some sightings, based on a scientific perspective; we cannot make conclusions on opinions. Just like actions speak louder than words, proofs speak louder than faith!
The discovery of the Loch Ness monster became so popular until it reached the international media. A group of scientists had performed a sonar contact to catch a signal which they lost later. Many sonar experiments had been made since that. In the same line of thought, hundreds of photographs and video cameras had been placed, unfortunately, no proper discoveries of the monster had been found. Many searches with advanced technologies had been used to unveil the truth, some of the researchers were Edward Mountain (1934), Loch Ness Investigation Bureau (1962-1972), Andrew Carolls (1969), Roy Mackal (1970) , Robert Rines (1972, 1975, 2001 and 2008), and others. Misinterpretations of Loch Ness have been discussed massively, the main point here is whether a true monster was discovered or it was an eel or even debris.
Now the question remains, did the journalist tell the truth that he really saw this monster or it was a hoax he invented to get attention? Have you ever visited Loch Ness Lake? Describe us your trips!