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The Surgeon's Photo

Category: Fakes, Frauds and Hoaxes

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Paranomal Atlas

In 1934, the most famous photo of the Loch Ness Monster was printed in The Daily Mail. The beasts long, serpentine neck, and small head, can clearly be seen pointing out above the surface of the waters. But is all as it seems?

Is it a legitimate photo of a long thought, extinct creature, an as yet unclassified species, or a misidentified animal?
Or a hoax, cooked up by a big game hunter, his son and a London gynaecologist?