What happened to this film of Nessie?
Scientist claims he saw the Loch
29 May 2007
LOCH Ness Monster experts today pledged to examine new video footage taken by an amateur scientist who claims to have found Nessie. LOCH Ness Monster experts today pledged to examine new video footage taken by an amateur scientist who claims to have found Nessie. The two-minute video clip, recorded on Saturday, shows what appears to be a long, black creature swimming just below the surface of Loch Ness. The creature's head breaks the surface as it propels itself through the water. Images from the tape also clearly show how the creature creates a wake on the surface of the water as it swims in the direction of
Does anyone know if any analysis of the film was undertaken by photography experts or academic scientists and what was the result? The only people I seem to be able to find who looked at the film are Adrian Shine and Dick Raynor. It should have been sent to a zoology or marine biology department of a university and a photographic expert, but who , where, when? If anyone has any clues please post a comment.