Has the Loch Ness Monster Made Its Way To Alaska…?

It seems that the waters of the Loch Ness in Scotland aren’t quite cold enough for Nessie – the mythical monster who apparently resides in the river – as she has seemingly decided to move to Alaska.

Craig McCaa, who lives in the US state, spotted something moving underneath the icy waters and decided to capture it on camera. He now thinks that this could be concrete proof that the monster really does exist.

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This photo of the Loch Ness monster, taken in 1934, is now known to be a hoax but a man has apparently captured video footage of what could be the actual monster in the waters of Alaska. (Credit: Robert Kenneth Wilson)

The video shows something under the water which looks to be about 15ft long. It sways from side to side as it slowly glides in the direction of where McCaa is standing.

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Could this finally be evidence of a sea monster? Craig McCaa, who captured this footage, believes it could be. (Craig McCaa/YouTube)

In an interview with Alaska Dispatch News, he had this to say about what he saw:

“I initially thought, and several people thought, it could be some rope that snagged on the bottom of the river with chunks of ice. Other people have mentioned everything from sea monster to giant sturgeon.”

The rope theory is considered to be the most likely one and marine biologist Klaus Wuttig agrees, saying that it’s nothing more than a rope with some slush and ice stuck to it. You say that Klaus, but we’re pretty convinced that thing has a face…

He also added that “it looks like it’s swimming but it’s actually stationary and just wading in the current.”

Craig says that the ‘creature’ never properly revealed itself, and so we’ll never really know what it was unless it decides to show itself once more. What do you think it could be? A real life monster or something much more innocent? Take a look for yourself and decide.

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