Could it be that the water monster living in Loch Ness is actually a land-dwelling camel like creature? Nick Redfern at Mysterious Universe investigates:
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Nineteen-thirty-three was certainly the year in which Nessie fever erupted in spectacular style. One year earlier, however, there was a deeply strange occurrence at Loch Ness, Scotland; it’s one that is very often overlooked or ignored. The reason why is easy to fathom. It is at extreme odds – in terms of the description of the creature – with so many other reports and, therefore, does not sit well with many Nessie investigators. Too bad. The stranger it is, the more I’ll talk about it.
The witness was a Lieutenant McP Fordyce and the date was April 1932. At the time, Fordyce was living in the English county of Kent, but, along with his fiancée, traveled by car to Aberdeen, Scotland, to attend a family wedding.