Loch Ness is a body of large freshwater in the Scottish Islands. It’s deepest depth is higher than the London’s BT Tower which is 189 m. (Imagine how deep this loch is.) There is only one island in the area called Cherry Island.
Loch Ness has been famous ever since for a mysterious creature which resembles a body of a dinosaur or whatever, which eventually referred to as a monster. The concept was due to some photos which captured this figure of the unknown animal floating in the waters. But there are still no strong evidence that this monster is indeed real.
A video anew has been revealed by a Lanarkshire man, David Elder, an amateur photographer which captured the eerie scene once again. On the first moments of the video, the loch waters were still. Until, eventually, a great bow of wave appeared distinctly from the waters. Speculations sparked that it could be Nessie, the Loch Ness monster. Not even the photographer himself could explain what could be the mystery all about.
Some investigators say that Nessie is just a legend and that previous photos are only displaying a wood or something else floating on the waters.
If you want to see the new video of the Loch Ness Monster, Nessie, click this link from Daily Mail.