‘Bownessie’, the mysterious water monster of Lake Windermere


Sightings of a creature not dissimilar to the Loch Ness Monster have caused a stir in the normally quiet waters of the Lake District in England. Local swimmer Thomas Noblett, world record holder in fresh water swimming, thinks he was within feet of the creature whilst out of a morning swim back in 2010, and earlier photographer Linden Adams took photos that forensic experts say prove that ‘there is certainly something in the water’. Watch and read BBC


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