Loch Ness Monster experts reveal what’s really in the water after two new sightings


Adrian Shine and Steve Feltham have both spent decades searching for the Loch Ness monster, but now say sightings a figment of people’s imagination.

Nessie fever has taken hold after the legendary Loch Ness Monster was reportedly sighted twice in five days.

A woman from Manchester claims she spotted and snapped the beast on February 23, then Irish tourist said he caught an image of the monster on the Loch’s official webcam. 

Both are convinced that what they saw was the elusive creature, said to dwell in the deepest, darkest depths of the Loch Ness in the Scottish highlands.

The mysterious images showing a dark shape in the water have reignited public fascination for the fabled water beast.