Gary Campbell, president of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, says there hasnt been a credible sighting of Nessie in Scotland for more than a year.
He worries for the monsters safety, and urges anyone with legitimate evidence of a recent Nessie sighting to come forward.
Campbell says the more time that passes, the bleaker it looks for Nessie, who may be facing health complications underwater due to climate changes like global warming.
The lack of sightings perpetuate the rumor that Nessie may be dead, which Campbell says would be devastating to the creatures followers.
Much like Michael Jackson was the King of Pop to fans, Nessie is the Queen of Monsters, and her death would truly impact the world.
If the grim news of her passing is confirmed, Campbell says we can expect to see droves of fans setting up tributes and candlelight vigils in Loch Ness and other parts of the globe.
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