Reclaiming the Loch Ness Monster from the current tide of debunking and scepticism. If you believe there is something strange in Loch Ness, read on.
Like i've said many times on these boards - misidentification of deer is a lazy explanation, especially when used to try and explain away local sightings.Greta Finlay was married to a forester, yet we're meant to accept she couldn't recognise a deer at 60 feet. Please.
Please what? Why isn't that a deer?
I'm not saying it isn't a deer. It clearly is. My point is deer are usually very recognisable, regardless of the circumstances in which you happen upon them. Borne out by the film above.The point I'm making - and unless I'm mistaken the point being alluded to in this blog post - is that people trying to explain away Nessie sightings by claiming witnesses didn't recognise a deer doesn't hold a lot of water in my opinion.
That must be what people have been seeing all these years !
Twould strike terror into me.
That's a human with a pull over deer head mask.