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The First Photograph of The Loch Ness Monster Taken 79 Years Ago Today [VIDEOS] [POLL]

Back on this day in 1933, Hugh Gray was taking a walk along the shore of Loch Ness, when all of a sudden coming up from the water was a large creature! He grabbed his camera and took the first photograph of good old Nessie!

There have been stories of the Loch Ness Monster since the 7th century! In modern times the sighting started with more frequency in the early 1930′s mainly because a new road was built around Loch Ness.

You can see Hugh Gray’s photograph and others here.

Do you believe? It seems there is something out there especially if you take a look at the video below. What do you think it is?

Then of course, the video below has to be my favorite!

But then again….

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