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Whisky warehouse worker claims to have the most ‘convincing evidence yet’ of the Loch Ness monster!
By MARTIN ROBINSON, UK CHIEF REPORTER FOR MAILONLINE
A whisky warehouse worker has excited Nessie hunters after photographing something mysterious in Loch Ness – but it appears to be just three seals.
Ian Bremner, 58, was driving around the Highlands in search of red deer – but stumbled across what he claims could be the world’s most famous monster swimming in calm waters.
His photographs show what appears to be a dark beast with a long winding body bobbing on the surface on Saturday between the villages of Dores and Inverfarigaig.
Some friends have said the beast’s head could be a seal and his picture captures the extraordinary moment three of them were playing together in the water. But he said: ‘I suppose it could be seals – but I’m not so sure. The more I think about it, the more I think it could be Nessie.’
But Mr Bremner said he is sure it is Nessie and shows a two-metre long silver creature swimming away from the lens with its head bobbing away and a tail flapping a metre away, preparing to swim further on.
He said: ‘It’s a part of the world that always makes you second guess what you’re seeing. When you’re up there you’re constantly looking in the water to see if you can spot anything in there. This is the first time I’ve ever seen Nessie in the loch. It would be amazing if I was the first one to find her. I’m normally a bit of a sceptic when it comes to Nessie and I think it’s just something for the tourists but I’m starting to think there is something out there. When I saw it on my screen I said ‘what the hell is that. If you’re fishing there it’s the sort of place where you can get a tingle up your spine and second guess what you’re seeing. You start seeing things even when you know fine there’s nothing there.’
He says that the photographs match the common description of Nessie being a long serpent creature which stretches as far back as 1933.
The image he took closely resembles some of the clearest and most notable examples of the creature.
Encounters from 1933 tell of a 10ft long limbless creature crossing the road leaving behind a slimy trail of undergrowth.
And in 2001 a pair of fishermen spotted a dark 6ft long blob stickingThere have been five other reported sightings of the monster this year which, including Ian’s latest, is the highest number since 2002.
Some of Ian’s friends think his picture actually shows three seals playing in the water.
Over the years there have been 1081 recorded sightings of the Loch Ness Monster lurking in the water.
The monster and the tourists who come to look for it are thought to be worth around £30million to the Highland economy.
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 18ft (5.5metre) 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 four-foot high (1.2metre) and 25 foot (7.6 metre) long crossing the road near the loch, that started Nessie mania.
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 monsters.
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.
Spooky snap shows ghost of unmarried pregnant woman drowned 300 years ago
A SPOOKED woman has claimed to have captured the ghost of woman who reportedly went missing 300 years ago on camera at a national trust.
Diane Barron, 46, from Norwich, Norfolk, snapped the eerie spirit leaning with two hands on the wall of the bridge at National Heritage site Oxburgh Hall.
Covered in misty black robes, the ghoul appears less than a meter away from another visitor who was oblivious by her close-encounter.
Mrs Barron was on a trip to the medieval family home built for courtier Sir Edmund Bedingfield in 1482.
Eagle-eyed Mrs Barron, only spotted the unusual figure when reviewing her pictures and is certain it must be a spirit.
Previous online reports claim the figure of a cloaked woman haunts the grounds of Oxburgh Hall, after she mysteriously went missing three-hundred-years-ago.
Despite differing beliefs on what the picture could be online, Diane adamantly maintains that she did not edit her picture and that there was a dark figure on the bridge.
Mrs Barron, a customer advisor, said: “It was just a normal day, sunny with some clouds; we’d used our national trust cards to visit the hall.I took several pictures and there were no special events on at the hall on the day. “It wasn’t until later that I saw there was a dark figure on the bridge at the hall. When I first took the picture I didn’t realise I had taken anything unusual but when I enlarged the picture and zoomed in it gave the chills and friends have looked at it too who have felt the same. At first I thought it was someone who was out of focus but as you can see people nearby are in focus I enlarged the photo and sent it to several Facebook groups – there have been mixed reactions, some people thought it was someone in fancy dress, others thought it was a mark on the wall.”
“But if you check pictures from the hall on Oxburgh Hall, there is no mark against the wall near the bridge. I can only go from the photo I took and it was not altered in any way and had not set out to change the photo.”
Varying reports have surfaced in the past about hauntings at the location.
Medium Ian Griffiths who reads psychic meaning from photographs supports the belief that the spirit could be a woman who went missing.
He said: “My guide tells me there’s definitely a ghost spirit there.
“I feel it’s a young woman around the age of 23-years-old with long, dark brown hair who was very pretty looking.
“I feel she was around eight months pregnant and was drowned, it was something to do with struggling under the water.
“She was not married, her father worked with the Kings’ horses and she’s been seen on some stairs inside the castle.”
Spotted! Ghost in the town centre?
A ‘GHOST’ has been caught on camera inside Warrington Market near a make up stall.
The unexplained spooky figure was spotted on CCTV wandering between the shops at night and customers are puzzled over whether the images are real.
Market manager Steve Pickering was surprised by the pictures and said: “Customers have recently reported seeing many Pokemon Go characters, so at first I thought it might be one of those.
“However, this seems to be something different.The market attracts a wide range of interesting people, and we welcome everyone even if they do happen to be a few hundred years old!”
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Woman’s home ‘haunted by ghost of Jack the Ripper who burns bibles and attacks her in her sleep’
BY HANNAH CROCKER http://www.mirror.co.uk
Gaynor Issitt’s thuggish home invader has made her home into a terrifying haunted hell and no one can get rid of the spirit who talks in a cockney accent
A woman who has lived in the same house for 36 years says she has been repeatedly attacked and tormented by a ghost calling himself Jack the Ripper.
Gaynor Issitt said she has even been dragged out of bed by her ankles, punched and whacked round the head by the thuggish spook.
The terrifying tale has convinced paranormal investigator Mark Vernon that it’s the real Jack the Ripper and he’s back on the attack in Leicestershire.
Mr Vernon discovered the evil entity six months ago, when he went to explore the Ripper’s latest alleged target in Braunstone. Ms Issitt has called in countless priests and paranormal experts over the years – and she said most run screaming from the spooky property.
But when ghost buster Mr Vernon visited, he told the 58-year-old that the evil spirit that’s been battering her is none other than Jack the Ripper. According to her, the angry ghost also burns bibles, and takes a particular dislike to religious people.
The mum-of-two, a former carer, said: “The ghosts have been here for as long as I’ve lived here – the man that used to live here told me they were here before me too.
“One in particular is very violent and aggressive. I’ve been dragged out of bed by my ankles, punched all over, whacked round the head. But I’ll never move out – I love my home, all my kids were brought up here and I won’t be bullied out by a ghost. “We’ve had priests and exorcists and all sorts over the years, but nothing makes a difference – so I’ve just learned to live with it.”
Gaynor is now living in the house alone, after her partner Andrew Belton, 43 – who has also been attacked by the poltergeist – moved to a care home after an accident that left him paralyzed.
When Mr Vernon, 51, first visited, he said: “I caught a rather strange anomaly on camera. She was still getting attacked all the time when I first met her, and six months later she still is – it’s constant abuse.I’ve heard the ghost talk – it’s a voice with a cockney accent. I’ve had experiences with entities with cockney accents before, and they’re usually nasty. I have a spiritual bodyguard called Kara, and she looks after me on investigations. Gaynor’s had other people go in who run out screaming, with gashes over their body needing hospital treatment. It’s the nasty ghosts I really like to go for – Gaynor has countless ghosts, but one in particular is really violent. He told me he’s Jack the Ripper – I’ve done a background check, and there is a Jack the Ripper suspect called Frederick Deeming. He was executed in Australia, but he’s from the Leicestershire area originally.Frederick Bailey Deeming lived close to Gaynor as did a man called Robert James Lees, who was a spiritualist who worked for Scotland Yard investigating the Ripper murders. “I know of people who have come out of there not just with scratches but with gashes on their arm.
” This is one nasty ghost. It could be Jack The Ripper, it could be a relative of his, or it could just be a spirit telling lies. Either way I’m going in this weekend to find out once and for sure.”
Frederick Bailey Deeming was an Australian gas fitter and was born in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leics., in 1853.
Deeming lived in Britain in the 1880s, settling in Rainhill near Liverpool where he was later discovered to have killed his first wife and their four children.
He later emigrated to Melbourne, where he was eventually hanged in Old Melbourne Gaol in 1892 for the murder of his second wife.
Afterwards, it was widely speculated, and still is to this day, that Deeming committed the slashing murders of 11 women in Whitechapel, London between 1888 and 1891.
Spooky CCTV footage captures ‘ghost’ walking through restaurant on site of underground crypt
BY LAUREN BALLINGER http://www.mirror.co.uk
This spooky CCTV footage appears to show a ‘ ghost ‘ walking through a restaurant built on the site of an underground crypt.
Manager Paul Wood got a fright when his phone alerted him to something setting off the security cameras in The Keys restaurant.
But he was shocked when he glanced at the screen to see what looked like a bright white apparition passing through the eatery, based in the crypt Huddersfield Parish church’s vault in West Yorkshire.
He told the Huddersfield Examiner : “If something sets the camera off when the restaurant is closed we get pictures sent to my phone, so I can be sitting at home watching the burglar and ringing the police. The alarm went off and i saw a ghostly figure walk past. I have just come out of hospital with a bit of a heart problem so it made me miss a beat. I went down and tested the camera and it was working fine. “The restaurant is a very spooky place – there’s something about it but you can’t put your finger on what it is. You get a bit of a tingle down your spine. The floor is made of gravestones. There’s been a church there for about 1,000 years so there’s a bit of scope. The church does have access and a couple of days later I found out the curate had let himself in that day. A defect with the camera must have made him look like a ghost, but it’s never happened before. But you can see the counter where his legs should be – and strangely, it didn’t pick him up leaving…”
But parish church curate Simon Crook has rejected the idea that it could be a ghost and is convinced the figure is him.
“It’s not really spooky, but it’s a crypt and it’s where they used to bury people.Lots of people come to church looking for help, saying they have seen a ghost or have evidence of it, but there’s nearly always a very straightforward explanation and nothing sinister whatsoever.”
Does this picture prove ghosts are REAL? Mum captures ‘clearest image EVER of black-eyed spirit child at Victorian museum’
BY DAVID KEANE , SCOTT CAMPBELL www.mirror.co.uk
Louise Murphy caught what seemed to be a paranormal being on camera while taking her nine-year-old son out to the Riverside Museum in Glasgow
Mercury PressA mum-of-two who was enjoying a family day at a museum was left spooked when she caught what she believes could be one of the clearest images of a GHOST on camera she has ever seen – a waving little girl.Is this a real ghost?
A mum-of-two was left spooked when she caught what she believes could be one of the clearest images of a ghost on camera she has ever seen – a waving little girl.
Louise Murphy had taken her nine-year-old son Owen for a day out at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow when she began taking photos in the building’s Victorian-themed street.
Despite only Owen being near her when taking the picture, Louise was shocked to discover the haunting image of a little girl with long brown hair, waving at the camera and wearing a floral dress.
Most eerily, her entire face is blanked out apart from what appears to be the hollow shape of a black eye looking directly at the camera.
Louise claims Owen was also left unsettled by the image since he confirmed he was the only one present when she took the picture.
The picture was taken in the Mitre Bar which is based on the same spot as where the original Mitre pub stood from 1927 for almost 80 years before it was demolished.
A former owner of the original pub claims that there were stories and alleged sightings of a young washer girl who tragically died in the area during the Victorian period, the Daily Record reports .
“I would happily send the picture off for experts to check it to prove it has not been. I don’t even know how to use Photoshop. It’s one of the clearest pictures I have seen of the paranormal. I have never seen one like this before, not to this extent.”
Louise, who worked in catering before taking maternity leave to have five-week-old Finley, captured the image on her Samsung Galaxy S5 phone on February 20 this year.
Louise said: “The transport museum has this Victorian-themed village and shops that you can walk through and I began taking a few pictures in the pub part of that. We didn’t notice anything odd at the time.
“I didn’t really look at the pictures at all until I got home later and realised they looked quite strange.If I had seen [her in the picture] while I was there I would have more pictures to see if I could catch her again on camera. People have told me it must just be a little girl stood in front of me but I would have seen her. There was definitely no one there. The only other person in the area around the bar was my son Owen who was in the two other pictures I took.”
Louise, from Carlisle, Cumbria, said: “It definitely looks like a young girl to me. Some people have said it is a little boy but it appears like it is wearing a dress with flowers on it. It has long brown curly hair too.
“In the pictures I took in the same spot before this one, you can see a mist forming at the bottom of the picture and then she appears. It was like she was forming in the mist, which makes me think it was maybe paranormal.
“I tried to think logically about it a first but couldn’t come up with a way to rationalize it. My partner Ian couldn’t explain it either and he is sceptic. He is not 100% sure what it could be either way but even he says it looks like a genuine apparition. You can never be 100% on things like this but it’s definitely not been tampered with. People have said that it could have been Photo shopped but there will always be people who think that.
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