Thanks for ruining another fun thing, facts!
An expert is pretty sure he's solved the mystery, and the answer is lame. (via Getty)
Can you do a spoiler alert for reality? If so: SPOILER ALERT. If this is true, then one of humanity's last surviving mysteries is dead. Now, all that's left is "Is there life on other planets?" and "Why is Go-Gurt still a thing?"
It's been called the "world's greatest mystery" by the guy in the following video who thinks he's solved said mystery. That mystery is: What is the Loch Ness Monster?
The answer? It's a big catfish.
That's it. According to Loch Ness specialist Steve Feltham, the closest animal that lives in the large body of water in Scotland is a Wels catfish.
The dream has died, everyone. Aliens didn't build The Pyramids, Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, and there's definitely no God. Not any more, thanks to experts picking apart all the fun and claiming the monsters we thought we saw are actually just big, dumb catfish.
Wait, what's that? Steve Feltham, who studied Nessie for over 24 years, says in the following video that maybe he hasn't solved the mystery necessarily... but that, yeah... probably just a catfish. The reporter takes the time to remind Steve how he's lost his girlfriend and his home, all to study something that is likely just a catfish. Steve regrets nothing.
Everything is over.
Who wants a drink?