The discovery of the dinosaurs may have led to the “Loch Ness monster delusion”. The Loch Ness monster legend in 1933 when George Spicer, a Londoner, claimed to have seen ‘the most extraordinary form of animal’ as he drove along a new road at Loch Ness, cross the street.
Standing four feet tall, and with a long wavy neck slightly thicker than an elephant's trunk the creature lurched off into the undergrowth and vanished, leaving behind only a legend that has endured for nearly 100 years.
Full story at the Telegraph.
(Image Credit: Robert Kenneth Wilson / Daily Mail April 21, 1934)