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Ex-cop Saw Nessie... Twice!

Ex-cop Saw Nessie... Twice!

Retired police detective Simon Dinsdale, whose father Tim (pictured, left) captured Nessie on film 50 years ago, claims he has seen the elusive creature on two occasions. In a recent interview with the BBC, Dinsdale says his father's film is genuine and shows "a huge animal... [that] stood two or three feet out of the water, four or five feet across, reddish brown and had a blotch on the left flank." More at The Telegraph.

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