When Andrew Whyley visited the underwater webcam at Lochness Live, he glimpsed the Loch Ness Monster and recorded images of it. “I was browsing the internet, and the site is always good for a five-minute look on the off-chance,” he says. “When the image came on the screen I thought ‘What the hell is THAT?’ and snapped away.”

He captured five good images during the time Nessie was in front of the camera. “It moved all over the screen and seemed to have a purpose in its movement,? he says. ?The web cam refreshes every three seconds and I was able to get five shots over a minute or so.?
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The Tasmanian Mercury newspaper says their own Loch Ness monster has mysteriously reappeared in the middle of Lake Dulverton. ?People are pointing fingers everywhere,? says Tony Cawthorn, of the Friends of Lake Dulverton. ?But it?s a mystery how she got there.?

Local businessman Albert Darkin went down to the lake after customers talked about seeing a hump-backed monster in the water and says, ?It?s Nessie alright,? he says.

A visitor to the lake says, ?I think I saw her move.?
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The first film of Scotland?s Loch Ness Monster was shown 65 years ago. Since then, the short newsreel clip of the 30 foot long creature has been missing.

Now the footage has been found and will be screened again. Janet McBain, curator of the Scottish Screen Archive, found the 16mm film dumped in an old rusty can among hundreds of film cans passed on to the organization by the former Scottish Film Council.

The film shows grainy black and white images of a dark blob moving slowly across gray water, looking ?almost black in color and very shiny.? When it was first shown as part of a newsreel in British movie theaters in 1936, it was hailed as final proof of the Loch Ness monster?s existence.
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The U.S. is filled with legends about strange, unidentified creatures. One of these is known as the Loveland Frog. In the early hours of Feb. 3, 1972, Loveland police officer Ray Shockey pulled over to investigate a strange animal on the banks of the Little Miami River.

The creature stood about 3 feet tall, with dark scaly skin and a face like a frog. Shockey made eye contact with it before it leaped over the guardrail and vanished into the murky water below.

A week later, patrolman Mark Mathews saw a large slithery thing near the same spot. When it made a move towards him, Mathews pulled out his gun and fired at it, causing it to fall into the river. While the remains of the creature were never found.
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