You're A Spaz: Boat Captain Claims Photo Is The 'Most Convincing' Picture Of Loch Ness Monster Ever Taken
Because some people are just f***ing nuts, boat captain and "professional" Loch Ness Monster hunter George Edwards claims this photo he took of a log is irrefutable evidence that Nessie exists. Irrefutable, huh? That...is a pretty bold claim. "Go big or go home," I imagine his mother used to tell him before hearing he wanted to be a monster hunter and had no choice but to kick him out of the house.
Mr Edwards, who has spent 26 years on his quest, managed to capture this image of a dark hump slinking in and out of the lake's waters from the deck of his boat, Nessie Hunter, before it vanished back into the deep.
He says he has even had it independently verified by a team of US military monster experts as well as a Nessie sighting specialist.
After watching the object for five to ten minutes, Mr Edwards said it slowly sank below the surface and never resurfaced.
So you watched the thing for five to ten minutes and got ONE lousy shot? Not even video? That's weak, bro. George's obvious spazziness aside, you wanna know what the most amazing thing about this whole story is? The US military has monster experts. How the hell do I get that job? Sitting around all day looking up pictures of Bigfoot online -- that's the life, man. "Isn't that what you do?" Haha -- SUCK IT.
Hit the jump for a zoomier and blurrier shot that I think anybody who hasn't spent the last 26 years alone on a boat will agree is the opposite of "irrefutable evidence."
Thanks to Paul B., who agrees if there's anybody who wants Nessie to be real it's me because I'm willing to take one for the team and mate with her so the dinosaurs don't go extinct or whatever.