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Image: Peter Jolly
Image: Peter Jolly

17. A Dedicated Nessie Enthusiast

Some Nessie enthusiasts were more dedicated than the others. Photographer Frank Searle took up residence at Loch Ness to capture the monster and provided several shots of Nessie during his stay. Although the experts deemed all of them to be fakes.

Image: Frank Searle
Image: Frank Searle

16. Frank Searle’s Best Creation

This magnificent photo of Nessie was one of Frank Searle’s best creations. And when we say creations, we mean collages. Yes, the crafty photographer did cut out a piece of a postcard with a dinosaur known as a brontosaurus and put it on top of the Loch Ness. Got to respect the effort.

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Image: Robert Rines, Harold Edgerton
Image: Robert Rines, Harold Edgerton

15. An Underwater View

This underwater shot was taken by two Cambridge scientists Robert Rines and Harold Edgerton (who earned a nickname Doc) in the mid-70s. They used underwater cameras with strobe lights. Hey, it was the ‘70s, so even Nessie wanted to feel like it was in the middle of the dancefloor with all that strobe light action.

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