Loch Ness Monster Holmes video
A 55-year-old laboratory technician visiting Loch Ness has reportedly captured on video ‘the finest footage ever taken of the elusive mythical creature reputed to swim beneath the waters of Scotland’s most mysterious lake.’,
Gordon Holmes, from Yorkshire, UK, recalls the moment he sighted and videoed the creature:‘I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw this jet black thing, about 45 feet (15 metres) long, moving fairly fast in the water, ’ he said. ‘My initial thought is it could be a very big eel, they have serpent-like features and they may explain all the sightings in Loch Ness over the years.’
Marine biologist Adrian Shine of the Loch Ness 2000 centre said of the video: ‘I see myself as a skeptical interpreter of what happens in the loch, but I do keep an open mind about these things and there is no doubt this is some of the best footage I have seen.’
There have been more than 4, 000 purported ‘Loch Ness Monster’ sightings since the 1930s. Shine said that this video is particularly useful because Holmes panned back in order to include the background shore in some of the footage. Not only does that mean that the video was less likely to be a fake, it also provided a scale and geographical reference point, thus allowing an assessment of the creature’s size and speed.
It’s happened before
Most evolutionists are quick to dismiss any such references to plesiosaurs, as they insist such creatures vanished 65 million years ago, along with the dinosaurs.
However, contrast this with the Bible’s thousands-of-years timeframe for the true history of Earth. There’s really no basis for dismissing the possibility that plesiosaurs are not yet extinct.
After all, evolutionists had said the coelacanth, too, had been extinct for 65 million years, on the basis of their long-age interpretation of the ‘fossil record’. Yet the coelacanth is now known to be alive and well, with fishermen in African and Asian waters periodically hauling live specimens to the surface.
US researchers only recently began ‘the huge task of scanning every murky inch of Loch Ness’s rocky bottom’, reportedly hoping ‘to prove once and for all’ if the ‘Loch Ness monster’ really exists
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Along with Bigfoot and the Abominable Snowman, Nessie is one of the best-known mysteries of cryptozoology. Most mainstream scientists and other experts find current evidence supporting Nessie unpersuasive, and regard the occasional sightings as hoaxes or misidentification of mundane creatures or natural phenomena.