Loch Ness Video
Yorkshire Post states that a science enthusiast, Gordon Holmes, was testing some hydrophone equipment in Loch Ness when he had opportunity to videotape what may be an animal in the water. From the news:
"He said: 'I was sat in a lay-by about 70ft above the loch – it was 10pm but the sun was still shining on the mountains on the other side.
"'I was minutes from going home and I had only gone up there to relax and enjoy the view when I saw something moving on the surface of the water so I dashed to get the camera.
"'It wasn't a wave because it was going in the opposite direction to the waves that I could see and the top half of it seemed to be black.
"'My camcorder was on a black and white setting and it took me a while to find it again in the water, but I've got two-and-half-minutes of footage which I have shown to experts and they think it is definitely a living creature.'" ...
"Mr Holmes arranged for the footage to be played on a TV at a shop in Inverness and he has also shown it to biologist Adrian Shine and Dick Raynor, of the Loch Ness Exhibition Centre.
"He said: 'I originally thought it looked about 4 ft to 6ft long but I think it may have been larger than that, one onlooker in the shop said he thought he could see a fin.'"
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