2020 has been a crazy year, that just sort of keeps snowballing. At this point, is there anything that can surprise you? OK, well how about the LOCH NESS MONSTER! Chatter about the fabled monster has ratcheted up in recent days after a sailor detected a 30-ft long…something hundreds of feet below the surface of the loch. Did the boat’s sonar detect Nessie? I mean, is it really that crazy for this year?
It’s a bonkers year for the obvious reasons, like that global pandemic thingy you may or may not have heard of (corona-something). But also for the way less obvious reasons, like scientists admitting the Pentagon had recovered OFF-WORLD VEHICLES. Hey, it’s 2020, anything is possible.
Ronald Mackenzie detected the creature late last month and the dad of three told The Sun there is definitely something down there.
— The Scottish Sun (@ScottishSun) October 6, 2020
“I believe there is something big living deep down in the Loch,” he said. “Who knows what it can be, but I would love to think it’s Nessie…it is something which is feeding on eels or trout. It is quite unusual.”
A mysterious image spotted 190-metres deep in Loch Ness has led some to hope they could have spotted the illusive Nessie.
The object picked up by sonar technology is said to be 'solid and pretty big' sonar contact.
Could we have finally found Nessie. pic.twitter.com/waBhX4j9qs
— The Real X-Files (@real_files) October 8, 2020
Sonar experts have confirmed the image, stating that it does prove “something” is down there. Now, is it a giant leap to assume “something” is the Loch Ness monster? I mean, probably, yeah. But is it possible? That is also a yes, and in 2020, that is just enough of an opening for something bizarre to finally come out.
“I’ve been on the loch since I was 16 years old and I have never seen anything like it,” Mackenzie said.