Loch Ness Monster Sighting From World War II
When it comes to mythological monsters, very few carry the same level of fame that the Loch Ness Monster possesses. In 1943, a man named C.B. Farrell of the Royal Observer Corps was said to be keeping an eye out for potential German bombers. He was stationed at Loch Ness! One morning, Farrell was scanning the skies when he noticed a large animal in the loch. This made him take out his binoculars to see it better. When he did, he spotted a 4-foot-long finned neck. The soldier assumed the creature was eating breakfast at that point, and he even saw it duck its head back in the water. Then went back up to the surface again. Weird, right?