Heather from Townville, SC sent us this intriguing picture of the Loch Ness Monster, perhaps. She was watching the Loch Ness Monster Web Cam, when she captured the image below. We know this isn't a ghost, but has been almost as elusive to capture!
"I wanted to send you this pic...IT is not a ghost pic; but I do believe I have caught a picture of "Nessie," the monster of Loch Ness in Scotland. Please tell me what you think of this. This is the story. In this picture you will see an island protruding into the water -- off to your left. At first I thought the white caps of the water were just waves, but once the first one (right beside the island in the distance) went down and came back about 150 yards from where the first one was...I was suspicious; so I kept watching it and got the photo ready to shoot, just in case it came close to the live feed camera (It feeds every 17 seconds from an island on Loch Ness in Scotland). To my surprise, IT DID come closer and disappear; then came up right where I took this picture. Then it disappeared in the next frame, and came back up about 10 feet from where you see it, then went off camera. If you look at how far away the sheep is in the pic (I would say about 75 to 100 yards away from the camera), and if you look at the "WHITE CAP" (it is about 100 or so more yards away from the camera), then the sheep and the "White Cap" are about half the size, if not a little bigger than the sheep. So if you were to bring the two to the same distance away from the camera, the "White Cap" would be about twice the size of the sheep and no fish could make a splash that big...unless it's HUGE."