This cryptic creature, believed to dwell within the depths of Scotland’s expansive loch, will be the focal point of the most extensive surface watch in over half a century.
Led by the newly revitalized Loch Ness Center in Drumnadrochit, in collaboration with independent researchers from Loch Ness Exploration (LNE), this ambitious quest will incorporate cutting-edge surveying equipment, including thermal drones and hydrophones, to aid in the investigation.
Enthusiastic monster hunters of all generations are cordially invited to participate in this extraordinary event, slated for August 26th and 27th.
In addition to the main search, there will be supplementary tours and cruises available, offering a unique opportunity to explore the enigmatic waters of Loch Ness. Each day’s findings will be unveiled during an exclusive debrief session held in the evening, providing a captivating insight into the progress made.
Remarkably, it has been nearly five decades since the last extensive search for the elusive monster took place, back in 1972. Now, with this eagerly anticipated endeavor, the pursuit for answers and evidence is reignited, promising an unprecedented exploration into the mysteries that encompass the Loch Ness Monster.
“Since starting LNE, it’s always been our goal to record, study and analyze all manner of natural behavior and phenomena that may be more challenging to explain,” said Alan McKenna of Loch Ness Exploration.
“It’s our hope to inspire a new generation of Loch Ness enthusiasts and by joining this large scale surface watch, you’ll have a real opportunity to personally contribute towards this fascinating mystery that has captivated so many people from around the world.”