The question that has been plaguing mankind for years: Is the Loch Ness Monster Real? One of Scotland's most infamous folktales, the Monster is supposedly a dinosaur that has been sighted in the Loch Ness, a body of water in the Scottish Highlands. Many believe it to be one of the last plesiosaurs, an unconfirmed line of surviving dinosaur species.
The Monster, usually referred to as "Nessie," has been frequently spotted throughout the years with unconfirmed results.
The most we have of Nessie's proof of existence are some clearly doctored photos and some questionable video footage.
Some of this footage looks very convincing however, like the video on the next page for example.
The video is taken on a boat in the Loch Ness in 2007 and documents something strange in the water.
What appears to be an elongated shape in the water swims around, its top briefly poking out.
When it does it appears to have an enormous size and shows the creature as very dark. It is also shown to have some sort of spike or fin at the top of the breached area.
Could this be the Loch Ness Monster?
The myth of Nessie has stemmed from documentation, dating all the way back to the first fake photograph in 1934 when a picture was taken with a miniature toy submarine.
However, the footage you'll see doesn't look like it was doctored or altered.
So if the video is real, is that really Nessie?
Watch the Loch Ness Monster video footage
The real question is: Was the footage actually taken at Loch Ness? If it was there is still a possibility that the creature in a water could be a lost whale.
Loch Ness does connect to the sea, which means it's possible that a confused whale could wander into the waters from time to time.
What's certain is that the creature in the footage is definitely as large or even larger than some whales.
If it was indeed taken at Loch Ness then there could be a chance that this is Nessie the long lost plesiosaur.
Watch the video below and decide for yourself if it's really the Loch Ness Monster or just a cheap hoax.