You're A Spaz: Boat Captain Claims Photo Is The 'Most Convincing' Picture Of Loch Ness Monster Ever Taken

August 7, 2012


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? 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.

  • So let me get this straight.
    This person has been trying to get a good picture for 26 years - and when he finally has a shot at it... He takes only one single shitty photo?


  • surprised no one has said tree fiddy yet...

  • Cortney A.

    You'd think he would have multiple cameras ready for the moment all of his craziness would pay off. Fail.

  • Sylvain Gagn√©

    Fake, it's my bigly sister swimming with siren suit... ;-)

  • MAS

    so after 26 years dreaming, this loser decided to take fake picture of the moster out of piece of wood just like what other losers did before
    If anyone believe in this "Loch Ness Monster" please just look all the picture compare the size of that monster to the waves , it's pretty small

  • JJtoob

    Hasselblad, Canon, GoPro, Flip, Cellphone, potato, this. Haha, j/k, but seriously, get better equipment if you want to claim anything is irrefutable.

  • Mr Edwards , i believe that is your dick .

  • Guest

    It looks more like a canoe that's been flipped over.

  • Robin Manford

    I really hoped Ricky Gervais' attempt to get "spaz" returned to common usage had failed.

  • Matthew Anderson

    "US military monster experts..."

  • Vladeon

    There's probably a couple of Army Ranger "monster experts" right now laughing their asses off that this guy paid them to verify the image. Just so everyone knows, there's no such thing as "US military monster experts." Just so we're clear and all.

  • That's what you say.

  • The US military must have monster experts in readiness for the zombie apocalypse or the Bigfoot uprising.

  • like the boobies part .

  • Like the Bigfoot part

  • Why is it when ever you see pictures of Loch Ness or Big foot it always looks like the person taking the picture is using a camera from 1990? My cell phone takes better pictures than this.

  • Drew Rochon

    One way to solve this mystery is to drain the loch and ship the water to the drought-stricken Midwest. Two problems, one solution, zero plesiosaurus.

  • Dy7lan (the seven is silent)

    26 years of life well spent good sir... perhaps you also need to carry a video carmera.

  • Charles Whelan

    What the heck is a "team of US military monster experts"

  • Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (BPRD)

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy


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