Archive for Cryptozoology
Minnesota hunter’s trail cam captures Bigfoot? No, probably a human in gorilla suit.
Robert Rines is famous among fans of Loch Ness Monster lore because of his involvement in an expedition which utilized ultrasound technology to scan the depths of the Loch for he mysterious creature. This expedition resulted in several photos of anomalous underwater forms resembling a plesiosaur, and one photo that has been subsequently enhanced and edited to produce the famous diamond shaped fin picture that many believers consider proof positive of the existence of the Loch Ness Monster. Rines died on November 1, 2009, at the age of 87.