National Geographic : 1977 Jun
Eye-startling photographs, although causing tempests in the tabloids, have failed to sway skeptics. The most famous (below), made in 1934 by a London sur geon, might be of a deer or otter, they say. In 1955 a London bank manager caught two humps moving past Urquhart Castle (above). The picture (with scratches from the original negative) baffles even be lievers. Compared to the 50-foot-high tower, this body would greatly exceed the 20-foot length most often reported.