Animal With 'Mysterious Humps' Said to Be Found in Loch Ness


After hosting a new search for the Loch Ness monster last month, researchers have claimed they discovered new findings, including an animal with ‘mysterious humps’ in the famous waters. 

“This excitement this weekend has proven that the ongoing hunt for the Loch Ness monster is still very much alive and continues to draw and attract a global audience, from America, Canada, France, Italy, Japan and more,” Paul Nixon, manager of the Loch Ness Centre, told Fox News.

“We all want the same thing, to see and find out what the Loch Ness monster is. We’ve been delighted to welcome so many people into the Loch Ness Centre for visitor centre tours and Deepscan boat trips across the weekend,” he added. 

The IJR reported “The Quest Weekend” was recently hosted and featured the largest mass expedition to uncover new details regarding the Loch New monster in decades. 

Monster hunters from all over the globe attended in person and online. This group of hundreds of people was equipped with new technology for the search. 

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“This includes thermal drones to produce thermal images of the water from the air using infrared cameras, as observing heat from above could provide a crucial component for identifying any mysterious anomalies,” Loch Ness Center officials stated. 

After their expedition, organizers told Fox News they captured video footage of a creature with “mysterious humps.”

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Pictures displaying “streaks in the water” were also submitted by participants.

In addition, another volunteer noted they witnessed, “a giant shadow just under the surface, moving, dipping out of sight, then returning and swimming across again.”

The weather was not favorable for the event and caused some difficulties. Volunteers even labeled it “Nessie’s Revenge.”

But Alan McKenna of Loch Ness Exploration said, “The weather in Scotland was horrific over the weekend, so much so that the Scottish Highland Games were canceled for the first time in 75 years, but that didn’t stop us – and that didn’t stop our volunteers.” 

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