Posted by: Nick Redfern on August 28th, 2013
As an addition to Craig’s post on the new piece of film-footage that may (or may not!) show a Loch Ness Monster, CRyptomundians might like Roland Watson’s take on the growing controversy.
Watson (the author of The Water Horses of Loch Ness) says: “The first thing to note is the orientation of the object, it runs from right to left but general boat traffic would move between top and bottom.”
He also notes: “The other issue is that I cannot see the other arm of a proposed bow wave. There are ripples visible at the foreground of the video but they look unconnected to this phenomenon. So I do not get the overwhelming impression that this is connected to a boat now out of view (and the witness said no boats were near).”
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