Posted by: Nick Redfern on April 17th, 2014
In a new article at his Bizarre Zoology blog, Jay Cooney begins…
“Investigator Dick Raynor recently provided Scott Mardis with photographs taken by the Academy of Applied Science in 1972 which he has sought after for twenty years. These images, which were taken at Loch Ness around the time that the controversial ‘flipper photographs’ were obtained, appear to show some form of small invertebrate.”
As for what that small invertebrate might be, read on (and also check out Joseph W. Zarzynski’s book Monster Wrecks of Loch Ness and Lake Champlain for more information).
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