Experts have long speculated about the true nature and whereabouts of the Loch Ness monster, and now one of them has stated that the legendary beast can live in a parallel universe, reports dailyrecord.co.uk.
Since its first sighting in Scotland in May 1933, when the Inverness Courier newspaper reported that locals saw “a huge animal rolling and diving on the surface”, the mysterious beast has since taken the world by storm. But no one has been able to prove that the possible water beast was real.
Paranormal investigator Scot Ron Halliday: “Scientists have suggested that there may be other universes. And somehow our world interacts with these other worlds through portals. Instead of the Loch Ness Monster, people could see a dinosaur that existed in the past.”
“They can see something that looks very huge, but it is not actually in our world. This phenomenon may be related to such anomalies as UFO sightings.”
Ron added: “Some people are psychic and others are not. It is possible that some people can enter these portals without realizing it, then they can see these things. This is just a guess. But, in my opinion, it provides an explanation for a whole range of paranormal phenomena.”
Mr Halliday also reckons that people from the future might be looking at us and confusing us with ghosts.
The Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register has recorded four cases this year, the last of them in April.
This theory is different from the one that appeared in the media a few weeks ago. Scientists have suggested that the mythical creature is actually an ordinary huge frog.
In 2005, a team from US company SeaTrepid Inc conducted a full deep-sea scan of the lake in hopes of finding the mysterious Nessie. But they found a frog living 325 feet underwater.