The Weird Wake Phenomenon Behind Many Loch Ness Monster Sightings – Boing Boingon January 13, 2023 at 3:59 pm THE ANOMALIST

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The Weird Wake Phenomenon Behind Many Loch Ness Monster Sightings – Boing Boingon January 13, 2023 at 3:59 pm THE ANOMALIST

The subject of the Loch Ness Monster never gets old in our opinion, but sometimes the photos of yet more humps on the surface of the water can be very unsatisfying. Evidently the Loch is known for a particular wake phenomenon, resulting from its steep shores and narrow width. It's called a Kelvin wake, and it in no way makes Nessie sightings less exciting to know that these wakes may be comprising a significant number of Nessie sightings. And on this subject of the most famous lake monster, we bring sad news,Cryptozoology Researcher Gary S. Mangiacopra Dies. Known particularly for his classification system of water serpents, Gary spent his entire career devoted to the field of cryptozoology, authoring numerous books, appearing in several documentaries, and working with other cryptozoologists, including Loren Coleman. His passing has left a void in the field that will not be easily filled. Rest in Peace, Gary. (CM)-- Delivered by Feed43 serviceTHE ANOMALIST

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