Body Parts Of Monster Found In Loch Ness

It’s the creature explorers have spent decades searching for — just not in the flesh. A long-lost Loch Ness monster prop that was built for a Hollywood movie in the 1960s has been found in the murky depths, researchers say. The recognizable long curved neck and body were found about 590 feet beneath the surface by Norwegian company Kongsberg Maritime using an underwater robot equipped with sonar and cameras, the company announced Wednesday. The 98-foot prop had been built for the 1969 film “The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes” starring Robert Stephens and Colin Blakely. Before filming took place, however,

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