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August 28, 2023

IT HAS SPOTS?

‘Loch Ness Monster’ is ‘spotted’ on drone footage from wild camper

There can be no doubters now.

Urgent Update: Loch Ness Monster hunters hear 'four distinctive noises' in biggest search for 50 years

Distinctive noises! Four of them! What more proof do you need?

(Thanks to John Lobert)

Even More Urgent Update: Massive Loch Ness Monster search produces no evidence of mythical creature

Of course that's what they want you to believe.

(Thanks to EricY)

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Which causes reflection back to the Helen Keller sighting.

From a wild camper .. as opposed to a domesticated camper ..?

Not my best side & does that angle makes me look fat?

" has since racked up 14,00 views"

I just spotted the New Math.

I don't see anything.

𝅘𝅥𝅮 Hello Loch Ness, my old friend
I've come to gawk at you again
Because a vision often fleeting
Left itself again repeating
And the vision then was planted in my drone
When it was flown
Around the shore at Loch Ness

In pointless dreams I'm not alone
Other minds completely blown
'Neath the cover of a fuzzy lens
Uncertainty to us does not extend
When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a surface light
Convinced we're right
A monster we'd found at Loch Ness ♫

Where did the wild camper get a drone with a 'Bigfoot' camera?

^5 Meanie the Blue !

At age 54, the wild camper is also making his best financial decisions.

I can Name That Tune in four distinct noises, Tom.

Proof enough for me. I'm still waiting for a certain politician to make 4 distinctive noises, and we know he exist.

"We're sorry, the monster can't come to the phone. Please leave your name and a brief message after the four distinctive tones, and someone will promptly ignore you."

I blame the dog.

Drones just aren’t doing the trick here. I think we’ll get much better footage once we’re able to get close in our flying cars.

I've been to Loch Ness in 1973. I saw no monster. I did get a distinctive "Nessie" soap bar. There was not a big tourist presence at this time and it was a beautiful setting.

Bought his camera from Squatches 'R Us, I see.

CORRECTION: Massive search for LNM produces no evidence that can't be hidden under the guise that it's a national secret.

I was there and took photos and turns out it is actually the Wiener/Frankmobile as its driver has admitted he is paid handsomely to float the vehicle across the Loch on weekends. I submitted a photo showing this but it was rejected as they said it was not blurry enough. He says this thing really goes and maybe will see if he can make some extra money towing water skiers across the Loch. I have to advise them to make sure their photos are a bit blurry or nobody will believe you.

Another ^5 @Meanie the Blue! One of the best efforts we’ve seen around this place!

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