Loch Ness Monster

The Loch Ness Monster Discovered 

Ok, ok…at least it’s not April first so this may have legs (so to speak). A brand new video of the famous Loch Ness Monster has been released. Click here to get the full report.

Gordon Holmes was carrying out experiments at the famous loch when by chance he happened to spot a strange creature in the waters. Now his film of the incident is causing a sensation.

The legend of the Loch Ness Monster dates back to 565 AD when St Columba was said to have seen a strange water monster in the loch. Tales of Nessie regularly surface, but she is a symbol of Scotland that is so recognised across the globe that when there are any new sightings reported it causes a frenzy. more>>

What do you think it is? Hype just before tourist season? Is this something real? What is it?

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5 Responses to Loch Ness Monster

  1. Breanne says:

    I think it looks a little like a sock puppet. lol! I’m a total Nessie fan. go Nessie!

  2. AnnePartha says:

    I think she’s real but it’s sad that we can’t go down far enough to see her! Gosh, we need like really good pictures of her! Scientists can find ways to go to the moon which is like 43687187638+1*+1+*8+/+*/ miles away but they can’t go a simple 88679 feet below sea level! Thats deep.

  3. Yvonne Esch says:

    Personally in my unscientific mind have always thought it was a dinosaur that escaped what ever caused the others to be killed. It was under water and had all it needed to survive. And through the years had offspring like any other animal. Too many have seen it to deny it! Just my “I think”.

  4. Kenneth says:

    Omg is it really real ???? Doing it for my school work please comment back pls I’m pretty scared of it if it would come out and kill me.

    • David Tyler says:

      Unless you live right on the edge of Loch Ness in Scotland I don’t think you’d have anything to worry about. Even then, considering it’s extremely shy, I don’t think it’ll come chase you down either… :0)

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