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Since I was 8,9, and 11 I was a Loch Ness Monster enthusiast. Not swimming in lakes still to this day for the fear of a plesiosaur dragging me down and maybe watching me from murky depths far off in Lake waters. Now there is more news on Nessie

A 1938 letter written (unreleased until now) by Chief Constable William Fraser stated, “That there is some strange creature in Loch Ness now seems beyond doubt, but that the police have any power to protect it is very doubtful.

Historically, dating back to A.D. 565, when the first monster sighting was recorded, over the centuries, many sightings and photos of a creature have come up, some being hoaxes (most of them hoaxes) others being Bigfoot-esque style sightings and right ups. from large brontosaurus type, dinosaurs with flippers crossing dirt roads from the forest and others (such as the hoaxes) of a large footprints which ended up being an Englishman using the leg of a stuffed hippopotamus. The Nerdbastard question in general is; Do you think there is, was, or could have been a Loch Ness Monster??

As a result of the many reports in the 1930s of strange creatures in the lake, several hunting parties came to the area looking for them, including a couple who showed up in 1938 and wanted to use a harpoon to capture one of the animals so they could prove that a Loch Ness monster was obtainable.

Coleman, 62, thinks the release of Fraser’s letter is overwhelmingly important because it validates that the Scottish government — despite public pronouncements to the contrary — at the time was secretly concerned that there were real creatures there and wanted to protect the “monsters,” or unknown animals that lived in the lake.

I wrote a short story in he 3rd grade about me catching the Loch Ness Monster with carrots and a lasso made of chain, and we were friends for life. Than the Tale of the Water Horse came out and again…I was raped in the face by Hollywood. The living geek mystery of the Loch Ness Monster is a dream I’ve had like people who watch Lost, people who were into aliens in X-Files and conspiracy theories.

What I know personally, in my mental data banks was this, they always thought Nessie was a Plesiosaur and that some parts of the Loch are over a mile deep like the Indian Ocean and their giant squid of the depths, which was all MYTH until they just found one last year!! They say there is a large tunnel complex of caves in the deep of the loch but the water is so dark and murky, sonar and camera devices cannot penetrate the ink black depths. They say that thousands of years back, the loch was connected to the sea and the monster swam in, then a rock formation sealed her in, so the interconnected series of underground tunnels having babies and living out the years through generations of  Plesiosaur…That is the theory. And we still have it going on in the news.

Fuck Big Foot!  Thats the stupidest  thing Ive heard of! How could they not find him in the woods, like a bear??? Now Loch Ness Monster? Just waiting for the news of when it surfaces for it’s cameo!

Category: Nerd Culture, WTF?

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