Loch Ness Monster hunters hear gloop noises in search but make crucial mistake

Monster hunters involved in the latest search for the Loch Ness Monster have detected a noise . . . but it might not be what they were hoping for.

Around 200 people showed up to the Loch in Scotland in search of the alleged beast deep beneath the waters, with teams searching through 56 kilometres of water.

A group volunteering on behalf of the Loch Ness Exploration had uncovered mysterious "gloops" in the water, however, were left too "excited" to check if everything was in working order.

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Having already admitted to failing to record the noises, they have now admitted that it might actually have just been ducks, not the mysterious beast after all.

Search leader Alan McKenna, who admitted it could have been ducks, said: “We did hear something.

“We heard four distinctive ‘gloops’ – we all got a bit excited, ran to go make sure the recorder was on and it wasn’t plugged in.

“The weather in Scotland was horrific over the weekend, so much so that the Scottish Highland Games were cancelled for the first time in 75 years, but that didn’t stop us – or our volunteers.

“We’ve had people coming from all over the world. Spain, France, Germany and we had a Finnish couple.

"We’ve had news teams from Japan, Australia, America and it has been really good. We’ve all kind of banded together. It’s been fantastic.”

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The search for the mysterious beasts continues, with no actual evidence being discovered as yet.

However, one enthusiast hoping to strike gold is Christie McLeod, who came from Toronto, Canada, to join the hunt for the monster, not ducks.

“There are two types of people in the world,” she explained.

“Nessie believers and non-believers, and I’m not interested in the latter.

“I have a spiritual connection to the Loch Ness monster and think there is a portal to another dimension in the loch.”

Sounds a bit quackers, if you ask us.

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