ASHLEY JUDD– GRZEXP.com Staff
Monsters aren’t real, or so we were all told as children. Did anyone ever take the Loch Ness monster into consideration? With all the sightings of this creature, how could it not be real?
The first time the Loch Ness monster, or Nessie, popped up in history was in a St. Columba biography from 565 A.D. (britannica.com) The biography stated that Nessie had bitten a swimmer and was about to attack another until St. Columba stopped it. He simply told the beast to go away and the men were left alone. If a man was bit by something in the Loch, it is surely no question that it was the Loch Ness monster.
This is not the only sighting of Nessie. There have been many more of these sightings recently. The website history.com says, “On May 2, 1933, the Inverness Courier reported that a local couple claimed to have seen an enormous animal rolling and plunging on the surface.”
If 1933 isn’t recent enough, there is evidence from 2020. A solar contact in Loch Ness showed an unknown object moving through the water. The unidentified object was thirty-two feet long! There is nothing that big in lakes or Lochs normally. The only question is how has Nessie managed to go unnoticed for so long?
There’s still more. Many people claim to have seen ripples across the surface of the water big enough to have been caused by a boat, except a tint of white could be seen under the water. All witness reports have been similar to each other, and that says something. It’s said that liars stories change, these sightings all have something in common!
The mystery of the Loch Ness Monster has been spread throughout the world, making everyone wonder, is it real? Well just look at the facts. There is too much evidence to ignore, the monster is down there.
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