Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Fresh Nessie Sighting

Seems we have some fresh Nessie footage:

A Yorkshire man claims to have shot a video capturing the mythical Loch Ness monster. Gordon Holmes, a 55-year-old lab technician, was filming the lake where he captured an animal he says was about 45 feet long, moving at about 6 mph, on his camera.

"I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw this jet black thing," said Holmes. The video has stirred debate in the cryptozoology community, as the quality of the tape is fairly good.

Marine biologist Adrian Shine, who has watched the video, says it is some of the best footage he has ever seen.


Anonymous said...

Please see these videos that I found on the Internet about a new framework mc escher who speaks of the monster of Loch Ness
ti prego di visionare questi video che ho trovato su un quadro inedito di MC Escher sul mostro di Loch Ness.
18.1.1949 MC ESCHER

News: Video TV Avellino. Trasmesso in tutto il mondo.-

Per adesso e’ disponibile solo in italiano.-

Blak Man Flute Nessie Loch Ness
L’Uomo Nero chiama Nessie il mostro di Loch Ness con il flauto

Video Nessie Inedito Quadro di MC ESCHER datato 18.1.1949
Video Nessie Unpublished Painting MC ESCHER date 18.1.1949

NESSIE il Mostro di Loch Ness
NESSIE Loch Ness Monster

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Anonymous said...

Nessie in Italian attic mystery
Mystery drawing may have been done by master illusionist
By neil macphail

Published: 13/03/2010

ARTISTIC CONUNDRUM: The 1949 painting entitled Loch Ness Monster and Black Man without a Face
More Pictures

Our Loch Ness Monster is famed the world over, and pops up in very strange circumstances from time to time.

Now she has surfaced at the centre of an art mystery in Italy.

This centres around a charcoal drawing dating from 1949, which is described as Loch Ness Monster and Black Man without a Face, and which could possibly have been drawn by famous Dutch artist, MC Escher.

This story of the mystery painting starts in 2005 in Volturara, a small village in the Italian province of Avellino, where traffic police officer Raffaele De Feo lives.

When clearing out his family’s attic, he found what he called “the strange picture”.

Initially he did not take any notice of it, but later, in removing the frame, he sees an inscription on the back of the picture, signed by MC Escher, which reads: “With all my heart to a friendly remembrance.”

Now some Italians are urging art experts to authenticate the work as being done by Maurits Cornelis Escher, nicknamed “Mauk", and contacted the Press and Journal to spread the world that Nessie “lives” in Italy.

Escher (1898-1972) was hailed by many as one of the world's most famous graphic artists. His art is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world, as can be seen on the many web sites on the internet. And for several years he lived and travelled in Italy.

He is most famous for his so-called impossible structures, such as Ascending and Descending, Relativity, his Transformation Prints, such as Metamorphosis I, Metamorphosis II and Metamorphosis III, Sky & Water I or Reptiles.
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Anonymous said...

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02 May 2007
De Feo Raffaele
Sezione Polizia Stradale de Avellino
83100 Via G.Palatucci 16

Dear DE Feo Raffaele

Thank you for the letter and information that you sent Tate Modern, which have now been
Discussed by the curatorial team at Tate Modern and have been passed to me for reply. While we
Appreciate your thoughtful proposal, exhibitions and displays are planned far in advance. Our
Calendar is now completely booked through 2009, and we are reluctant to commit to any new
Projects until we are fuether along in planning for the shows that are currently being organised by
Our own curatorial staff.

I am sorry to be the bearer of such disappointing news, but on behalf of the team here, I should
Like to wish you every success in realising your idea elsewhere.

Thank you for thinking of Tate Modern.

Yours sincerely,
Aleanor Jones
Director’s Office
Tate Modern