Loch Ness Monster

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    Fri Feb 05 2010

    That's me great grand mum.

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    Fri Feb 05 2010

    If he get found, the bastard better give me back, the $5.99 that I lent him in 1978.

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    Sun Feb 01 2009

    The Scottish Highlands are way north, and the terrain is rather bleak--hills and moors. Loch Ness is 57 degrees north. If you go west to Canada, it is in the middle of Hudson's Bay. Not exactly a teeming tropical paradise.The water of Loch Ness is full of peat. Basically there is nothing for a sea monster to eat there although there is fish in the loch. Seals also get into the loch from the sea. How could a huge sea monster survive all these year with basically no food?

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    Thu Aug 21 2008

    A giant Monster, unseen to most in a small Scotish Loch, is like a fat Person hiding behind the serving platters at a buffet

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    Tue Jun 17 2008

    Like I said with bigfood... legends and reallity aren't the same. Mithology aren't true, and the loch ness monster is something like mithology, old legends that pass throught generations since ours days.

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    Fri Jun 13 2008

    Just how old is this Nessie creature supposed to be?

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    Thu Jan 17 2008

    Come on.  No one believes in this anymore.

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    Tue Oct 09 2007

    Nessie likes french fries...

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    Tue Oct 09 2007

    The main evidence for this is a bunch of Glenlivet soaked Scots. Well, that sets my mind at rest.

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    Tue May 03 2005

    Legends are fun at the campfire and this is one of the best. I hope the mystery lives on.

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    Sun Jan 16 2005

    No truth to this legend,.........

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    Sat Dec 11 2004

    I realize that this is a fantasy that people like to maybe... realize in -- BUT, if there was actually such a thing in this lake, it would have been discovered a long time ago. This is the most bogus thing I have ever heard. They whoever that is, tries to suck you into this, if they were really considering trying to find this creature they would have done it by now. Case Closed.

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    Fri Mar 05 2004

    There are no such things. Its probably either a huge fish, or a wild imagination!

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    Sat Nov 08 2003

    A fascinating story exists behind this creature. In the 1960s, America was leaps and bounds ahead of the Soviet Space Program. As Kruschev's N-1 rocket continued to explode and get delayed and the Zond program was replete with failures, America's Apollo 8 had already seen men around the moon. Determined to be first, a crack team of Communist Robot engineers designed a remote-control monster to be launched into Cape Canaveral, destroying America's glorious fleet of Saturn V rockets. Launching on the more successful Proton rocket, this was to have landed a hundred miles from the Cape, and come inland thanks to a conventional submarine-esque propulsion system. However, the launch did not go as planned. The rocket went haywire. But, the scientists did not let the Range Safety destroy the wayward rocket. It landed, instead, in a dreary lake in Scotland. But, the force of the unplanned impact reduced the efficency of its remote control systems to under twenty percent. So, it could only move ... Read more

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    Tue Sep 30 2003

    Let me get this straight. A bunch of drunken Scotsmen see ripples in the water at night, and all of a sudden a legend is born that will last hundreds of years and span continents. If you're going to believe in such nonsense as prehistoric plesiosaurs dwelling in the depths of frigid Scottish lochs, then try to find at least one credible witness.

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    Wed Aug 27 2003

    Could be a surviving sea dinosaur or plesiosaur.

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    Tue Jul 08 2003

    I love the story of Nessie! I think it's a great myth and apparently, it draws the tourists. I don't think there's anything in there, but I like the idea of it. I always found sea monsters living in small lakes very interesting.

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    Sun Jul 06 2003

    A bit on the hokey side, if you ask me. I would like to believe that Nessie exists, but with today's advanced tracking and sonar equipment, it would be all to easy to prove it a hoax.

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    Fri Jun 27 2003

    It came out as a hoax, the guy who made those two photos confessed on his death bed

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    Wed Jun 25 2003

    I'm still trying to figure out how they can't find enough evidence of a creature of that supposed size in a closed body of water with our current technology. And, why is it that it's mostly considered to be one single creature rather than several in the Loch? This mystery doesn't interest me as much as some of the others listed here, though.