David Garside, 31, and his dad, Graham, of Glenside Road,
Slaithwaite, were on holiday in Scotland in April 2008, when David saw
what he took to be the Loch Ness Monster.
"During a tourist boat trip (I wonder if the boat operator was
someone I know?) on the loch, David saw an unusual object in the
distance, and zoomed in with his video camera to get a better look.
"I couldn’t really see what it was but I thought it looked sort of like a crocodile’s back or something. I was videotaping the boat tour though, so I used my zoom lens to get a closer look and luckily I caught it on camera." said David Garside
His father, Graham Garside, added: "When we got off the boat, David told me he had seen the
Loch Ness Monster and I told him to keep quiet or he’d get locked up.
It wasn’t until a couple of weeks later when I was having a pint and he
showed me it and I could see it was real. I was a sceptic before, but I
believe it now. I told a few people, including the holiday company we
went on holiday with, but some clerk I spoke to probably thought I was
mad so it didn’t get any further."
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