• Terrence Aym
A famous film of the Loch Ness Monster has resurfaced. Long dismissed as a hoax, the vintage footage of the elusive beast has suddenly gained new respectability thanks to the son of the man who originally caught the monster with his camera. None other than a retired police officer, Mr. Simon Dinsdale, has come forward to declare that the footage of the world-famous creature recorded by his father half a century ago is the real thing. Dinsdale's father was a famous Loch Ness researcher who also happened to be a highly respected aeronautical engineer within Britains' Royal Air Force. The senior Dinsdale made a total of 56 trips to the Scottish loch in search of proof that something big and scary really did inhabit the mysterious lake...
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