In Northern Scotland, the search for the Loch Ness monster, a fabled creature, continues. The legend of the monster has brought people from far away, like Caroline McNamara from New Jersey, to join a large search effort. The search involves volunteers and technology, including drones with thermal imaging cameras. The legend dates back to the 6th century and gained new attention in 1933 when a creature resembling a whale was spotted. Despite efforts by scientists and researchers, there's no definitive proof of the monster's existence. However, the stories of Nessie, as the monster is called, continue to captivate imaginations. The power of these tall tales might make the Loch Ness monster real in the minds of many.
Famous in stories but probably not real.
An area of wet, muddy land.
A meeting, especially one that is unexpected.
Evidence that shows something is true.
People who is looking for something.
Said, without proof.
An occasion when you see something or someone for a very short time.
• Tall Tales
An account that is difficult to believe.