Gordon Holmes a ginger amateur scientist made headlines around the world last year when he filmed footage of what he claimed could be the Loch Ness monster.
Now he is back with a pseudo scientific project which he hopes will prove the mythical creature exists.
He has already had some success at capturing what he believes is the Loch Ness Monster, on film at least though the jury is out on whether it is some real creature like a seal or an otter .
The footage taken by him last year of something in the water has been viewed almost 1.5 million times on the Internet.
Now he is launching a sonar and video scan of the loch. Gordon's experiment will see his two vessels travel throughout the Urquhart Bay area.
He is hopeful that a year on from his now famous sighting, he will finally be able to prove that there is something out there in the waters of Loch Ness besides lots of fish and numerous hoaxes that have sunk to the bottom .
This is one of the most famous monster photos in the world. The photographer said it was a photo of Scotland's famous Loch Ness monster, taken in 1933 by a gynaecologist named Robert Kenneth Wilson.
Decades later the photographer confessed, that it was a fake, it had been a toy submarine with a fake head rigged up as a hoax.
Another famous picture of the monster turned out to an elephant in Sri lanka.
The Loch Ness monster is a multimillion dollar industry. Half a million tourists flock to the loch each year hoping to catch a glimpse of the monster even though scientific evidence for it is negligible.
This has spawned an employment boom, with the monster industry creating 2,500 jobs. Real or not many other places around the world have learned from this an found they also had a monster for the Sci-Fi Channel to investigate.