Loch Ness Monster mystery could be solved at last as Nessie ‘spotted abroad’

The Loch Ness Monster has apparently been “seen” in North Carolina in the USA.

Despite a declining number of sightings in recent years, leaving some concerned that Nessie might have upped sticks and left the Scottish Highlands.

These days, many sightings have come from as far afield as Australia and the USA.

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One particularly wild theory saw people suggest the mythical Scottish beast has gone across the pond, all the way to the USA.

A snake-like sea creature that was spotted in North Carolina that bears similarities to how Nessie allegedly looks.

The creature's head was spotted off the coast of the state as it was seen out of the water in the Atlantic.

It then dipped its head and popped back under the surface.

It’s “something you don't see everyday,” said Chasin Tails Outdoors Bait & Tackle store, which posted a video of the monster.

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"Whales or the Loch Ness monster in the port this morning. Never seen one inside the inlet like this."

The sighting took the internet by storm, with people flocking to comment sections to give their two cents on the matter.

One user said: “Now that is strange. Odd-looking head for sure."

Other people thought it could have been a “gator” and others a “baby whale”.

A second user said: “No way it is any of the animals mentioned, including a baby whale or alligator.

"Its motion is too graceful, it has protrusions on [its] head and a long feather-like flipper in the rear. I honestly don't know of any sea creature that fits that description".

Others felt sure this one was Nessie.

“Definitely a Loch Ness monster. I saw two the same day I saw Bigfoot walking a black panther on a leash,” said one with no detectable sarcasm whatsoever."

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Loch Ness monster mystery could be solved at last as Nessie 'spotted abroad'

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