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1933: The first known footage of the Loch Ness monster

1933: The first known footage of the Loch Ness monster
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  • historical event: Only one photo remained, which shows a being of an unusual shape on the water surface. It is the first pictorial evidence of the existence of the monster popularly called Nessie.

On this day Briton Hugh Gray took first known photos of the Loch Ness Monster. He was walking home from church that day carrying a small camera. He saw a large creature in the water, rising almost a meter above the surface. It had a smooth and radiant gray skin. He quickly took five photos, but four failed to develop properly. Only one photo remained (picture above), which shows a being of an unusual shape on the water surface. It is the first pictorial evidence of the existence of the monster popularly called Nessie.

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