Loch Ness Monster spotter Bjarne St Strand got this google earth photo of what many believe to be Nessie.
The Loch Ness Monster google earth photo taken last year even won Bjarne a £2,000 prize for best Loch Ness Monster sighting of the year in a contest run by international bookies William Hill. Nessie enthusiasts and hunters around the world believe Nessie evidence is stacking up and is sure to lead to 2015 Loch Ness Monster sightings and reports and perhaps even stronger proof of the creature’s existence.
“2014 best Nessie Sighting of the year by Bjarne St Strand“
Gary Campbell maintains the official register for all Loch Ness Monster sightings and reports and said the image taken by St Strand mirrored many reports over the years of a large eel-like object. More analysis of the photo is needed before many skeptics accept it as evidence of Nessie but it along with a new fossil find in Scotland are leading many believers to a more positive outlook heading into the new year.
“What Dearcmhara Shawcrossi may have looked like“
Fossils found in Scotland of what is now being called the real life cousin of Nessie have been identified. A new marine reptiles from the time of the Dinosaurs described as a dolphin like creature which got as large as 14ft long. The new species has been named “Dearcmhara shawcrossi” Dearcmhara pronounced “jark vara” Gaelic for marine lizard and its connection to modern day Nessie has some people now dubbing Scotland as a real Jurassic Park.