It has been months since the last Loch Ness Monster sighting and many including Gary Campbell the keeper of the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register have been somewhat concerned.
But we finally have the first 2017 Loch Ness Monster sighting according to Campbell ending the months of uncertainty as to the elusive cryptids absence. A 28-year-old tourist from Manchester, England named Hayley Johnson reported seeing a strange, dark shape near dusk in Urquhart Bay according to a report from The Sun. This area is the loch has been the location for many Nessie sightings over the years. Johnson admitted that she is a skeptical person and she couldn’t believe her eye’s.
(Picture: Hayley Johnson)
Johnson was able to take a photo of the what she and many others believe is the famous lake monster. The potential Loch Ness Monster photo shows what could be the neck and head of the creature although because of the distance it lacks the detail needed to be certain. According to Campbell the summer time usually produces more sightings of Nessie than any other time of year in part because more people are around the loch and that there are much longer daylight hours with better weather. Even though 2017 got off to a slow start last year was a great year for Nessie sightings with eight official sightings reported and documented according to Campbell.
Could this new Loch Ness Monster picture be proof that the lake monster exist? Check it out and you can decide for yourself whether or not this is actual Loch Ness Monster evidence and a legit Loch Ness Monster sighting 2017. We certainly expect more 2017 Loch Ness Monster sightings to be on the way and perhaps this is the year that the concrete evidence needed to prove the creature’s existence is discovered. Okay, maybe not but we can certainly be hopeful!