For the first time in over ninety years there have been no confirmed sightings of the adorably nicknamed “Nessie” leading many to fear the worst about the creatures fate.
Stories of the Loch Ness Monster have been captivating people since the early 1930’s once the initial reports of sighting the creature surfaced. Since then, there have been countless reports of “Nessie” sightings over the years, that is up until now.
“Nessie” spotter and long time enthusiast Glenn Campbell has been diligently keeping a register of all confirmed Loch Ness Monster sightings and even experienced his own encounter about seventeen years ago. It was at that time that Campbell became keeping the register and reveals that some of his dates stretch back as long as fifteen hundred years ago.
According to Campbell, some of the last confirmed “Nessie” sightings occurred back in 2012 and all has been relatively quite since that time. The only entries to the “Nessie” spotting contest from last year all turned out to be fakes and the lack of sightings overall is quite alarming.
Campbell is convinced that “Nessie” is just taking “some time out and will be back with a vengeance this year”, but others feel that this mystery may have finally come to an end without any real solution.
Only time will tell if “Nessie” the Loch Ness Monster will forever remain M.I.A or if the legendary creature will once again re-surface.