Looks like “Nessie”, the Loch Ness monster, has decided that it’s about time for a scene change.
By way of the River Thames, Nessie appears to have found a new home in the bustling metropolis of London.
How do we know this? Well, recent amateur footage was released that reveals an image in the water seemingly disappearing. Had the object been small, and insignificant, then nobody would have noticed it.
As you can see, however, the object in the water is not small by any stretch of the imagination. Clearly there is a creature of some sort in the water, but no reports have officially confirmed that this is Nessie.
That doesn’t mean we can’t speculate. First of all, if it isn’t the Loch Ness monster, then what could it be? I’m not sure if there are a lot of whales in the River Thames, but I would bet that there aren’t many (if any at all).
So, if it isn’t a whale, what could it be? Perhaps a giant alligator got out of the London Zoo? Maybe it’s a submarine that looks like a sea creature, I don’t know.
Maybe, just maybe, it really is the Loch Ness monster. In a time when it seems that everyone has a phone, it’s confusing as to how nobody has gotten solid footage of the beast. Here’s the video that has the internet going absolutely insane:
Is this just a late April Fools’ joke, or is the Loch Ness monster really swimming outside of London? And if that isn’t the Loch Ness monster, then what the heck could it be?!