An enormous ‘skeleton’ was discovered on a Scottish seashore during Storm Ciara. However, local people close to Aberdeen have guessed that it could be the remains of the legendary Loch Ness Monster – regardless of the famous waterway being approximately 120 miles away.
The photographs of the decaying remains were posted online by Aberdeen-based Facebook page Fubar News – hours after Storm Ciara battered Britain with 90mph breezes.
Fubar News posted: “Came across this weird creature today near Aberdeen. Any ideas what it could be?”
Potential proposals of the character of the puzzling North ocean animal were advanced – with society saying it was a whale, orca or dolphin.
Anyway, one Facebook client said the remains were pre-date the tempest.
Lyn Crawford stated: “We saw this at Blackdog I think. It was rotting when we came across it in December.”
In any case, a few users joked the remains could be the parts of Scotland’s own Loch Ness Monster.
One user expressed: “Oh me it’s Nessie the Loch Ness monster.”
Yet, another one differs that the country’s preferred old stories beast, including: “Nessie couldn’t adjust to saltwater.”
Matthew Cook was persuaded it dated back to the prehistoric age. It isn’t the first run through individuals who have thought over Nessie – who was first “spotted” in 565 AD.
Loch Ness’ monster was referenced in the history of Irish monk St Columba specifies a gigantic “water monster” dragging a man to his death.