The Nessie or Loch Ness is a mysterious creature said to reside in the lake of Scotland. The lake monster has its reference in certain legends and mythical stories but no one really has seen it in existence. Now a 12-year old girl on a holiday has managed to capture the 'best picture of the Loch Ness Monster' in years. Charlotte Robinson, who was on a holiday with her parents when she took a snap of a creature in the far distance. They saw the creature for about a minute before it disappeared. Does Loch Ness Monster Exist? A Team of Scientists Will Undertake DNA Testing to Find The Truth.
Nessie reappeared from the water about 10 feet away later on. Charlotte Robinson told in Daily Mail report, "'There was something in the water about 50 feet from the shore. I took a photo. It had a neck and head was in the shape of a hook." The girl doesn't exactly know how far it was but she did believe in the legend of Nessie. "I kinda believed in Nessie, but I wanted to see the proof. I always imagined her as having a long neck and flippers," she said.
Take a look at the picture of Loch Ness taken by the girl:
The picture of Loch Ness taken by the girl on her holiday (Photo credits: Peter Jolly NorthPix)
The mother too could not believe that the child had managed to capture the said monster on their phone camera. An expert Steve Feltham who has been studying the mystery for more than 25 years, was very excited to see the recent capture. "I am totally excited by this photograph - it is the best of 'Nessie' in years," he was quoted. He also said that this is the kind of image he was waiting to see for years.
This year there have been four sightings of the monster that are recorded. There is an Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings' Register to document the spotting of this creature. Mr and Mrs Robinson had visited the same place years ago but hadn't seen any such creature at that time. Well, what has long said to be a mystery and is yet to resolve has got a new dimension with this picture. Do you believe in the mystery of the Loch Ness?