Secrets of the strangest photos

1.LochNess monster

For many decades, this photograph, taken by a doctor in 1934, was the main proof of the existence of a sea monster from Lake Loch Ness. Its author, British surgeon R. Kenneth Wilson, claimed to have personally seen the terrible head of the beast in the water. But in 1994, the researchers proved – photography is just a good hoax. The deceiver attached the doll’s head to a toy submarine, and journalists from the London Daily Mail happily grabbed the big news and spread the picture around the world.

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