A retired British detective said he had seen the Loch Ness monster twice before.
Tim Dinsdale announced that he had seen the Loch Ness monster twice. (Photo: Telegraph).
Tim Dinsdale is a world famous Loch Ness monster hunter. He participated in 56 expeditions in Loch Ness and wrote a lot of books on this topic. In 1960, Tim recorded a 2-minute video of Loch Ness monster.
According to the Telegraph , the video was later sent to the British Defense Agency for analysis. Military experts insist that the mysterious figure moving in Loch Ness is not a warship nor a ship. However, experts cannot determine what that strange object is.
Since then, the secret of Loch Ness lake monster has been debated many times, but the results still do not have a satisfactory explanation of the mystery of this 20th century. The Loch Ness lake monster theme was once again heated when Tim Dinsdale's son, Simon Dinsdale, suddenly revealed that he had also twice seen the Loch Ness monster.
Images of Loch Ness lake monsters follow the witnesses who saw it. (Photo: AP).
' I saw a giant object on the water. It looks like the back of a giant animal. The floating part is about 0.6m to 0.9m high and about 1.2m to 1.5m long. It is reddish brown and a wound on the left flank , 'Simon Dinsdale, a retired detective, told the BBC .
After his father died in 1987, Simon Dinsdale continued his research work and found evidence of the Loch Ness monster. He said: ' I have experience of finding evidence and I can tell you that there is definitely a huge creature that has never been known to exist in Loch Ness '.
The Loch Ness lake monster began to be known in 1933 when a man named George Spicer asserted he and his wife saw a giant creature about 1 meter high and about 8m long in Loch Ness.