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We’ve been going about this monster hunting all the wrong way, at least if one researcher’s assumptions are correct. While most people are studying sonar bleeps, photographs, and searching the waters for the famed Loch Ness Monster, we should’ve been rolling up our sleeves and dipping our hands in the water. Steve Feltham, whose been investigating the Loch Ness mystery full-time for over 24 years has come to the conclusion that the culprit of many of the sightings, lore, and the occasional photo is likely a catfish. That’s right, a freaking catfish, something a good ‘ole noodling session could produce.
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