Thursday, February 19, 2009

100-Foot Borneo Monster Photographed. Or Not.

Borneo's version of the Loch Ness Monster, the 100-foot-long Borneo Monster, has apparently been photographed. Or has it?

However, much as in the case as photos of the Loch Ness Monster, the question is: are these photos from Borneo real, or altered?

Take a look at the Borneo monster photograph attached to this article. It could easily have been photoshopped. However, it would take an expert looking at the original to determine if it had been or not.

There are two photos in evidence. One photo, attached to this post, was supposedly taken from a a helicopter by a member of a disaster team monitoring flood conditions. The river is the Baleh river. According to locals, the Borneo monster may be a creature of local folklore called Nabau, a dragon-like, shape-shifting sea serpent.

Or a good job of photoshopping.

The second photo was taken from the ground. This meant the Borneo monster had been seen at least twice. But the photos have been released anonymously, and honestly, to me, they do look like they may have been 'shopped. What do you readers think?

Is this a real monster sighting? Or are we just the victims of a hoax?


Anonymous said...

First pic, definitely "shopped". The second, possibly shopped or it's something else in the water. Good try though.

Anonymous said...

This absolutely real! It is really a MONSTER. Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Digitalin.Studio said...

This is done in Photoshop:

Five Point Capitol Scam said...

It would take an expert looking at the original to determine if it had been or not.

Anonymous said...

first is real second one is a hoax