Loch Ness Monster Found? Remains Found On Shores Lead To speculation
The mystery of the Loch Ness monster has taken another twist after grisly ‘remains’ of a massive dinosaur-sized skeleton reportedly washed up on the shores.
A dog walker stumbled across the bizarre sight on the banks of Loch Ness, Scotland, yesterday afternoon.
It looks like a bunch of ribs and white puddings
The bizarre images have now started quite a debate.
The apparent remains can be seen surrounded by police tape.
But, as reported by the Daily Record, something about the discovery smells more than a bit fishy.
Either way, the discovery has certainly got social media talking.
Lisa Fitchett said: “It looks like a bunch of ribs and white puddings.”
And Stephen Welford added: “That is a giraffe body.”
Some, however, have called into question the authenticity of the image saying it is strange the remains still had the internal organs intact. With many pointing out they would have surely rotted away when the flesh did.
Help2Rehome Scotland later poured water on all theories saying it was actually set out for a new TV show.
In 2014, experts reported that Scotland’s beloved Loch Ness monster may be dead.
For the first time in almost 90 years no ‘confirmed sightings’ have been made of the Serpentine Scottish beast.
Veteran Nessie spotter Gary Campbell, who keeps a register of sightings, said no one had come forward in 18 months to say they had seen the monster.
This article was reproduced with permission from The Sun.SOURCE