Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Mystery un-loched? New 'Loch Ness Monster' photo draws interest

New 'Loch Ness Monster' photo draws interest

Like the "Bigfoot" phenomenom I've always been on the proverbial fence as to whether a prehistoric, aquatic dinosaur exists in Loch Ness, a body of water in Scotland(UK) twenty three miles along and in some places eight hundred feet deep. Loch Ness, millions of years ago, was connected to the Atlantic Ocean so there are those who believe "plesiosaurs" or "elasmosaurs"(long necked marine dinos with oblate shaped bodies and flippers for water transit) may have been trapped in Loch Ness as the waters receded over time and consequently survived. Skeptics point out the obvious: there has been no hard evidence(carcasses for example of the dead creature or creatures). Sightings of the alleged creature have occurred for hundreds of years. Click the above link and check out the latest story about the Loch Ness "monster" for yourself or click on the below video.