Loch Ness mystery ‘solved’ by woman who spotted beast 9,000 miles away

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    A woman believes she has "solved" the case of the Loch Ness mystery, claiming to know the exact location of the legendary beast.

    Sue Keogh, 60, is said to have had the location of the mythical beast come to her after a documentary jogged her memory, and soon realised she had allegedly spotted the beast in Penrith, Australia – 9,000 miles away from Scotland.

    The 60-year-old says that the documentary showed the classic 1934 picture of Nessie rearing its head out of the water, which Keogh is sure is now an elaborate hoax, the Mirror reports.

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    Recreating a shadow puppet shape her father used to create for her, she is certain that the mystery of Nessie is no mystery at all.

    Her claims that Nessie is actually some form of shadow puppet appears to have fallen on deaf ears, though.

    Speaking of her claim, Keogh said: "The Loch Ness Monster has been around for years, and when I was watching the show I just knew what it was instantly.

    "It was obvious, when I was lying in bed I solved the problem – it's not that big of a mystery.

    "I was watching a doc on it one night and all of a sudden I knew exactly what it was.

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    "Once you see it you can't unsee it. When you're a kid and your parents put their hands together to make a bird or a dog on the wall or whatever, like a shadow puppet, it's similar to that.

    "I think the Loch Ness Monster is a bloke lying under the water with his arm striking out the water."

    Whether Nessie really is just a bloke under the water with his arm in the air has yet to be proven, but Keogh claims that the infamous photo is really "a man" and the neck is actually "his forearm and his hand like that, twisted to the side."

    Despite the lack of belief in her claim, Keogh is hoping that "people take this seriously and listen", hoping that this will make the truth of Nessie's origins come out.

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