People love making up crazy stories and conspiracies. The existence of Bigfoot or Atlantis, the Flat Earth theory, President Obama being born in Kenya — all of these are fake stories made up to scare children or serve the political platform of Bigfoot. But one theory that people are always grouping into the “fake” category is the Loch Ness monster.

Nessie is real, and she’s pretty pissed that you don’t believe in her. Finally, there is indisputable evidence of her existence! This week, a Scottish photographer took a picture that will go down in history, right next to the picture of astronauts walking on the moon (which actually happened — conspiracy theory here). Ian Bremner was hanging out on the banks of Loch Ness when he spotted the elusive monster and got the perfect shot.


I mean, look at that! That is unmistakably the shape of an ancient sea serpent. For centuries, the Loch Ness monster, affectionately known as Nessie by the locals, has called the loch her home. People have spotted her before, but they’ve always been brushed off as crazies. Not anymore!

For comparison, here is the most famous depiction of Nessie, taken in the 1930s.


That is clearly the same monster. This latest picture is absolutely real, solid proof that the Loch Ness monster lives. Don’t argue with it. Embrace it. We live in a brave new world where sea monsters are now free to live openly among us. It’s truly a beautiful thing.