Beast of the Lake
Say you were fishing at on the Loch, and out of nowhere the water starts to move. A head and two humps start to emerge from the water just to disappear. What would you do? What would you think? Would you have ever thought is it real or not? What do you think this mysterious creature could be? There are a lot of possibilities on what it is. For those of you who haven’t heard of Nessie, the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster is quite interesting. Nessie is named after the Lake, Loch Ness. But also the Loch means Lake in an old Gaelic language of Scotland. It’s 23 miles long and about a mile wide. The first sighting of Nessie took place in 585 A.D. The most recent sighting was on June 6th, 2009. Nessie is about 16 feet long and has a head and a tail.
There are a lot of theories about, if Nessie is real or not. So let me ask you do you think it’s real, fake, or is it just an elaborate hoax?
Most people do think that Nessie is real. A lot of people that go to the Loch have seen Nessie. It seems like the summers when it’s hot out Nessie is seen the most. It might just be because of the warmness of the sun on its body that makes it want to come to the surface of the water. “On June 7, 1974 monster hunter, Frank Serle approached a barbed wire fence near the beach front. He and a lady heard a splash. When they looked they both saw these things that were about two feet long, dark gray, fat bodies, long necks, small head with protruding eyes, and snake like tails. They both had two stumps looking like appendages on their bodies".
Now if Nessie is real, is it possible that she or he had babies? If there are babies, doesn't there have to be a mom to raise them? To have babies a male and female have to of had intercourse, like all the other mammals have to. So is it really possible that there is more than just one Loch Ness Monster living in the Lake? If there is, then it's also possible that when people are seeing the Loch Ness Monster that it's...
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