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Breaking News VIDEO>Loch Ness Monster's Hiding Place Discovered

Is This Where Nessie's Been Hiding All These Years? Fisherman Discovers 900-Foot-Deep Trench That Would Be Big Enough For The Legendary Monster and Her Whole Family

  • Keith Stewart, 43, found the crevice using state of the art sonar equipment
  • Loch Ness was previously mapped as being 813ft deep
  • Monster hunters says discovery could show where mythical beast is living
Daily Mail UK, 19 January 2016


A former fisherman has discovered a trench in the bottom of Loch Ness that makes it 900 feet deep, that would be big enough for the mythical monster to live in.

Tourist sightseeing boat skipper Keith Stewart, 43, found the crevice in the loch, around nine miles east of Inverness, using state of the art sonar equipment.

His discovery raises questions as to how deep the world-famous loch really is, and given hope to monster fans that Nessie could be lurking down there with her whole family.

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Former fisherman Keith Stewart, 43, has discovered this trench in the bottom of Loch Ness, that makes the water 900ft deep and would be big enough for the mythical monster to live in






The most famous picture apparently of the Loch Ness Monster was taken in 1934 (above). However, it was later said to have been faked using a toy


Britain's deepest loch is Loch Morar, allegedly home to another elusive 'water kelpie' Morag at 1017 feet, while Loch Ness, the second largest, was measured at 813 feet deep.

Mr Stewart's sonar mapping of the trench however revealed that it could be 889 feet deep.

Mr Stewart's colleagues at Jacobite Cruises, which operates sight seeing tours down Loch Ness from Inverness, have christened the trench 'Keith's Abyss', and he says it has whetted his appetite to look for more mysteries the huge water expanse may harbour.


'I wasn't really a believer of the monster beforehand,' he said. 'But two weeks ago, I got a sonar image of what looked like a long object with a hump lying at the bottom. It wasn't there when I scanned the loch bed later.





Tourist sightseeing boat skipper Mr Stewart (pictured) found the crevice in the loch, around nine miles east of Inverness, using state of the art sonar equipment





Mr Stewart on board his boat. His colleagues at Jacobite Cruises, which operates sight seeing tours down Loch Ness from Inverness, have christened the trench 'Keith's Abyss'


'That intrigued me and then I found this dark shape about half way between the Clansman Hotel and Drumnadrochit which transpired to be a crevice or trench. I measured it with our state of the art 3d equipment at 889 feet, which is 77 feet deeper than the previous recorded deepest point called Edwards' Deep.

'I don't yet know how long it is. But I have gone back several times over the abyss and I have verified my measurements. It gets deeper from 825 feet to the recorded depth.'

Mr Stewart says he found the crevice just a few hundred yards offshore whereas previous sonar searches have concentrated on the middle of the loch.





Mr Stewart (pictured) says he found the crevice just a few hundred yards offshore whereas previous sonar searches have concentrated on the middle of the loch


'Searches of the monster have also been in those areas as well as Urquhart Bay so maybe the local legends of underwater caves connecting Loch Ness to other lochs and perhaps even the waters of the east and west coast are true,' he said.

'Obviously it will need more research. But it is an intriguing prospect. It is possible that an underwater earthquake has opened this up in recent times because the Great Glen lies in a well known fault in the earth's crust and tremors have been felt along it.'

Mr Stewart had previously used sonar equipment to map the depths of the world's seas, but started working at Loch Ness in March.

'I quit the open sea having been round the world and back using sonar equipment for years and decided to look for something more sedate,' he said. 'Being captain of the Jacobite vessel was something different and appealed to me.
'I started the job in March but now this discovery has made my job even more interesting.'

Gary Campbell, president of Loch Ness Monster Fan Club and Registrar of Sightings said Mr Stewart's discovery could provide clues as to the whereabouts of the Loch's monster.

'This just adds another dimension,' he said. 'We thought the loch was 810 feet deep and just had a 20 foot diameter hole at the bottom. Now we've discovered a whole trench that makes the loch nearly 900 feet deep which is twice the depth of the North Sea.

'There could be more trenches which make it deeper. This looks like where Nessie and her whole family could really hide out and explain why they are rarely seen.

'Remember, Loch Ness is part of a huge earthquake fault line that runs from Canada to Norway, where similar sightings have been seen.

In 2013, there was a 2.4 magnitude quake in the loch - this was when Nessie disappeared for a whole year for the first time since 1925. It could be that this massive tremor opened up the trench giving the monster a new hiding place


'This now needs real research. No-one has done any real at the Loch for over 10 years. Lets get a submarine down to properly investigate the new monster trench.

'This summer we hope someone will come to the loch with the best detection sonar in the world down to the depths just to see what is really at the bottom of the loch.'


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A DISTURBING BEAST, OR JUST A CATFISH? FAMOUS NESSIE SIGHTINGS

The legend of the Loch Ness Monster has been around since the sixth century, when Irish monk Saint Columba witnessed locals burying a man who had been attacked by a 'water beast.'

Sightings were scarce until the first modern newspaper report of a monster in the Northern Chronicle of in 1930 which told of fishermen in a boat on Loch Ness being 'disturbed' by a 18 feet long creature.

But it was a sighting in 1933, when George Spicer and his wife claimed they saw 'a most extraordinary form of animal' which was 4ft high and 25ft long crossing the road near the loch, that started Nessie mania.





In 2001 semi-retired photographer James Gray and friend Peter Levings took this while they were out fishing





This picture, said to show the loch's famous monster, was taken by Hugh Gray in 1933


Among the most famous claimed sightings is a photograph taken in 1934 by Colonel Robert Kenneth Wilson. However, it was later exposed as a hoax by one of the participants, Chris Spurling, who, on his deathbed, revealed that the pictures were staged.

And in 1935, renowned big game hunter Marmaduke Wetherell found a footprint he said was the monster's.
It was later revealed to have been made by him using a dried hippo's foot of the type used as umbrella stands at the time.

In December last year, it was revealed that sightings of the Monster are at their highest in more than a decade, with five people claiming to have spotted the creature in the last year.

But in July 2015, a famous 'monster' hunter Steve Feltham, who spent 24 years watching the Loch, made global headlines, by declaring that the creature - or creatures - in the loch was probably a Wels Catfish, native to waters near the Baltic and Caspian seas in Europe.

The Loch Ness Monster tourism industry is believed to be worth around 25million-a-year to the local area.





A submarine joins the search for the famous Loch Ness Monster in 1994

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