Myths and Legends Loch Ness

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そして1933年になってA82の上に建設がはじまり、湖の北海岸にそって道が走りました。

このかなり掘削を含んだ作業はモンスターに影響をあたえ、また湖上にあわられるきっかけになったそうです。
In 1933, construction began on the A82 – the road that runs along the north shore of the Loch. The work involved considerable drilling and blasting and it is believed that the disruption forced the monster from the depths and into the open. Around this time, there were numerous independent sightings and, in 1934, London surgeon R. K. Wilson managed to take a photograph that appeared to show a slender head and neck rising above the surface of the water. Nessie hit the headlines and has remained the topic of fierce debate ever since.

そして1960年になると10年の調査をおこない、1年に20もの発見情報があったそうです!?
In the 1960s, the Loch Ness Investigation Bureau conducted a ten-year observational survey – recording an average of 20 sightings per year. And, by the end of the decade, mini-submarines were being used for the first time to explore the depths of the Loch using sophisticated sonar equipment. New public interest was generated in the mid 1970s when underwater photographs of what appeared to be a ‘flipper’ were made public.


To this day, there is no conclusive proof to suggest that the monster is a reality. However, many respectable and responsible observers have been utterly convinced they have seen a huge creature in the water.


Prehistoric animal? Elaborate hoax? Seismic activity? A simple trick of the light? It’s even been said that the whole mystery could be explained by the presence of circus elephants in the area in the 1930s.

Whatever the truth, it’s always worth a trip to Loch Ness to see for yourself.

これまでにこのような証拠がいくつかあって、現在でも信じられているそうですが、まだはっきりとした証拠がなく、

是非一度おとずれて自分でたしかめてみたいものですね!

 

普段はこんな薄くしい湖ですので、観光にもぴったりのエリアなんですよ!

是非一度足をお運びください。

 

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