Man Claims to Have Spotted China’s Loch Ness MONSTER

Man Claims to Have Spotted China’s Loch Ness MONSTER

Man Claims to Have Spotted China's Loch Ness Monster
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A worker at a national park have claimed that he filmed the famous Loch Ness monster in north-eastern China.

According to tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail, the alpine lake is renowned for having a mysterious beast.

In the video, a black round object floats on the surface of the “Heaven Lake” at the Changbai Mountain in Jilin Province.

Xiao Yu said he spotted the seven-foot-wide creature while patrolling around the scenic spot.

After the first sighting in 1962, dozens of people claimed to have witnessed what is said to be the Heaven Lake monster.

Meanwhile, people have reported seeing the infamous Loch Ness Monster in Scotland seven times this year.

Man Claims to Have Spotted China's Loch Ness Monster
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Reports said a tourist, named Van-Schuerbeck, recorded a dark object in the distance near Point Clair.

When he looked back at his holiday snaps, he suddenly realized that he may have captured the mythical beast.

The Official Loch Ness Sightings Register has accepted his claim.

The office clocked it up as the official seventh sighting of the mystery creature in 2020.

Prior to that, a fireman recorded the previous sighting of the mysterious monster earlier this year.

READ: Loch Ness Monster Reportedly Spotted SEVEN Times This Year