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A little girl reckons she has found cast-iron proof that a monster lurks beneath the depths of Loch Ness, and I'm not going to be the one to tell a little girl she's wrong, so I say we all just put our doubts to one-side and go with it.
Eight-year-old Laria Annand, was visiting the loch with her grandmother, Marie, when she spotted a weird movement in the water, which seems to show the light bouncing off some sort of long object making its way through the loch.
Marie, 62, said there were no other people about or any boats on the water at the time, so she took out her phone and started taking some snaps.
But Laria knows that when it comes to providing 100 Percent Irrefutable Proof the public need a video, she asked her gran if she could borrow it and managed to capture a short recording. Good thinking, Laria.
Marie said: "We sat on the rocks for a few minutes.
"We were just taking silly pictures of each other and splashing our feet in the water. I just looked up and that's when I spotted the flickering in the water.
"It looked as though the light was bouncing off something but there were no boats or people and it was something long - very long.
"I had to do a double take because there was just nothing to explain it.
"I took a few pictures and then my granddaughter asked if she could take a picture. I didn't realise at the time but that's when she shot the video.
"It was weird. Really strange. I can't explain it so the only thing I can think is we have seen the Loch Ness Monster."
Last year, LADbible spoke to Steven Feltham, the man who holds the Guinness World Records for the longest continuous vigil hunting for the Loch Ness Monster. He has spent 27 years looking for the elusive sea-beast, but despite putting in the hours, Steven says he's only had one sighting.
He told LADbible: "It was when I first moved here. I was looking out over the water when I saw something moving rapidly through the water. The best way I can think of to describe it is like a Torpedo.
"I didn't have my camera on me, so I didn't get a snap of it. I remember thinking at the time, 'Well, this will be easy to solve, I've only just got here and I've spotted something already.' That was 26 years ago, and I'm still waiting for a second sighting."
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