On this day in 1933, Hugh Gray took the first image to be identified as the Loch Ness Monster. He described it as an “object of considerable dimensions, making a big splash with spray on the surface of the Loch.”
We were talking of dragons, Tolkien and IIn a Berkshire bar. The big workmanWho had sat silent and sucked his pipeAll the evening, from his empty mugWith gleaming eye glanced towards us:‘I seen ’em myself!’ he said fiercely.
—C. S. Lewis
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