Iceland’s Loch Ness Monster Is Real?
We have all heard the stories of the famous, ‘Loch Ness Monster.’ But, how many people actually believe the stories? We’re willing to bet not many. However, you just might want to think twice before you dismiss this secretive creature.
On Feb. 2, Hjortur Kjerulf filmed what some people believe is Iceland’s Loch Ness Monster swimming in the water of a lake. As you can see from the video above, it does appear that there is some sort of creature swimming in the water. It appears to move in a way you might see a snake move. To the average viewer this might be enough evidence to conclude that this creature is real.
But, Loren Coleman, director of the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine says not so fast. Coleman has studied and written about this creature in his book “Field Guide to Lake Monsters and Sea Serpents” and Coleman has some doubts about this video…
”What concerns me the most is the robotic look of this creature. If you look at the head, it appears like somebody’s put a constructed anaconda head there, and behind it, the natural movement of a snake should give much more flowing curve to the sections.
What concerned me immediately was when I saw the tail section moving in unison with the next section; there’s no movement in that one section as it goes side-to-side. A snake moves in a sort of ‘s’ curve. But in this video, you get a blocking of the movement of the creature, which tells us it’s probably very artificial.”
Coleman said on his website that what you see in the video might have been made by the use of “a robot with tarps, fish nets or trash bags.”
Sadly, it looks like this video is another hoax. But, we’d like to believe that somewhere out there the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot are laughing at us.