Photos challenged for AUTHENTICITY
The most famous picture of the Loch ness monster, a grainy black and white photograph showing a long head and neck emerging from the lake, turned out to be a hoax. In 1993, Christian Spurling came forward and admitted he had created it out of toy submarine and some plastic. Monster fans had speculated that the pictures showed a plesiosaur, while skeptics said it must have been an otter head or tree trunk.
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David Clarke is a South East Queensland based Internationally published photographer specialising in the fast paced world of motorsport photography.