Specials Betting Wildlife By Jon Ivan-Duke

Nessie: Something In The Water?

Bookmakers William Hill are offering odds of 250/1 for a confirmed sighting of the Loch Ness Monster, after one expert suggested 'Nessie' might just be a catfish.


And they also want to offer Steve Feltham a free bet on finding the legendary Loch dweller.


"There's surely something more to the Loch Ness Monster than a fish with whiskers," said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.


"We'd like to offer Mr Feltham a free bet on finding Nessie. But after we spoke to him earlier in the week he has been harder to track down than Nessie herself!"


It's been a strange week for Loch Ness Monster hunter Steve Feltham. After 24 years looking for the answer to the great question of what is in Loch Ness, he suggested that one theory could be that 'Nessie' is a giant catfish. 


And social media exploded with claims he had 'solved' the mystery.


But Mr Feltham who has devoted his life to searching Loch Ness isn't giving up the search for what lies beneath the surface of the most mysterious stretch of water in the world.


And if he contacts William Hill, there could be a reward for his time spent searching for 'Nessie'.


William Hill Odds - Confirmed Sighting Of Loch Ness Monster: 250/1

(Verified by Natural History Museum)