'Bownessie' has been recorded on camera several times in the last 11 years and I believe that the descriptions of the animal clearly pass the test for misidentification, with many of the sightings leaving little room for rebuttal of the plesiosaur theory.
Loch Ness is possibly the most famous body of water in the world, surpassed in fame only by its alleged monsters, that have been making regular appearances in the loch for almost 1500 years, starting with St Columba's encounter in the river ness, in 565 AD. The loch, which was largely inaccessible, without travelling over the mountains, was opened to the eyes of the public, one might say, when a road was built into the side of the mountain in 1933; followed shortly after by a rash of sightings of this now infamous beast of the Scottish Highlands.
"he head was around the same proportion as a humans head but the shape of the head was square with one point on each side of the head. I couldn't identify if those were ears or something else. The creature was gray and either had no hair or very short hair..."
"So a couple of us noticed a light beam from a flashlight coming over the dune. It was scanning the grass, like they were walking around or possibly looking for something..."
"I cannot remember a time when I didn't believe in the possibility of extraterrestrial life. Along those same lines, it is hard to imagine that the thousands of lake monster and Bigfoot (and whatever other cryptids you chose) sightings are baseless and without merit..."