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Loch Ness Monster Spells Out View on Scottish Independence

By    |   Monday, 15 Sep 2014 09:51 AM

The Loch Ness Monster or something like it has been "spotted" in England's Windermere lake, prompting a number of jokesters in the U.K. to proclaim that Nessie has cast her vote in the campaign for Scottish independence by moving south.

"At first I thought it might have been a swan or a goose, as I was looking at the image quite small on my smartphone," photographer Ellie Williams, 24, told The Daily Mail. "I’m open to suggestions as to what the creature could be – I’m just glad I put the camera in the right place at the right time."


Williams was taking pictures for Autographer, a company that makes cameras. She was using one of its models that can be set up on a tripod to take pictures throughout the course of a day. After a day of automatic shooting, she returned to her camera to discover she'd captured a rare creature.

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Marketing executive James Ebdon said that he and Williams reviewed the footage together, insisting that they'd examined other photos in the series to see if anyone had come and planted the creature in the lake.

"It certainly looks real. It’s ridiculous, but we can’t offer any logical explanation," he said.

On Saturday, The Daily Mirror (UK) upped the ante with a report on another set of photos featuring Nessie. In that set, said to be taken in her usual waterways in the Scottish Highlands, Nessie can be seen surfacing and spelling out the words "no" — making it more than clear she favors keeping the Celtic nation in the U.K.



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The Loch Ness Monster or something like it has been "spotted" in England's Windermere lake, prompting a number of jokesters in the U.K. to proclaim that Nessie has cast her vote in the campaign for Scottish independence by moving south.
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