Scotland Stirred by Mysterious Loch Ness Sea Monster (Apr, 1934)

Scotland Stirred by Mysterious Loch Ness Sea Monster

SCOTLAND is aroused over reports made by several reliable persons that they have seen a sea monster in the vicinity of Loch Ness.

Arthur Grant, veterinary student, was riding home early one morning on his motorcycle when he viewed the creature, which he described as being about 15 or 20 feet in length. He jumped from his motorcycle to look at the animal, but he said it snorted wildly and splashed into the loch.

Scientists, discrediting the prehistoric sea monster theory, are inclined to believe the frequently seen animal is either a deep-sea eel or stray shark.

10 comments
  1. Stannous says: November 17, 200710:38 am

    “either a deep-sea eel or stray shark.”

    “KNOCK KNOCK…”
    “Who’s there?”
    “Land shark.”

    “I’m not opening the door.”

    “KNOCK KNOCK”
    “Who’s there?”
    “Candy-gram…”

  2. Blurgle says: November 17, 200712:05 pm

    I think Arthur Grant’s early-morning drive took place under moonshine.

  3. joseph j hawk says: March 18, 20081:03 pm

    Unbeliveble, every time someone say they saw something that goes agianst the evolution theory, secular scientist and other scoffers try to discridet them are are make them look silly. It’s simple , man have always lived with dinosaurs , because God created every thing about 6000 to 7000 years ago Ex 20 vs 11. And after the flood about 5000 years ago they and many other types of animals became rare but i belive there are a frew still around today , Lochness monster ,Central Africa and the Congo swamps, and many other sightings in the oceans. I hope this will help some one come to the truth about God’s word the Bible.

  4. Masud says: April 5, 20089:52 am

    I totally agree with Joseph this world has been created by God so nothing is impossible……..these stupid scientist believe on aliens and when relegion say there is life on other planets then these seculars quickly jump in and regect that theory that life could be possible in any other planet.

  5. Eunice says: October 22, 20081:20 am

    Did anyone discover hoaxes?

  6. Marquaez Gregory says: April 9, 200911:56 am

    I hate scientists they only think that humans/plants/animals exist if we exist isn,t there a possibility that a creature such as bigfoot or Nessie can exist

  7. CHRISTINE says: July 27, 20093:52 pm

    WELL I COMPLETLY AGREE THERE ARE STILL THINGS IN LIFE THAT WE HAVE NOT FOUND OUT WHO ARE WE TO SAY THAT THERE IS NOTHING IN THAT LAKE 1 EXAMPLE OF ANCENT ANIMALS THAT HAVE SURVIVED ANTILL NOW IS THE WELL KNOW ALIGATOR -_- RELY IF THESE GUYS CAN SURVIVE DONT YOU THINK THAT AN ANIMAL LIKE THE ONE DISCRIBED THERE COULD ALSO THE SHARK…WHAT THE HECK THERE ARE 1000 TYPES OF ANIMALS THAT HAVE STILL LIVED AFTER THAT THE ONELY THING THAT HAS RELY CHANGED IS THERE SIZE X3 THERE MINI NOW COMPARED TO WHAT THEY WERE GOOD THING FOR US OR ELES WE WOULD ALL BE DEAD O_O

  8. Firebrand38 says: July 27, 20093:58 pm

    CHRISTINE: First don’t use all caps because in Internet etiquette it means you are shouting. Second you have it all wrong that I have to be anyone to say that there is no “Monster” in the Loch because the burden of proof is on those who say that there is (but you knew that). Third I can go to Florida and see an alligator without resorting to fuzzy films or doctored photos so I don’t get your point. I mean, gee whiz…look at all of the animals that didn’t survive!

  9. atheist says: March 6, 20107:09 pm

    hi. i am not a scientist but i like to beleive that science can pretty much prove you guys wrong.
    1) by some hefty bit og research and interstellar measuring there has been discovered that a certain big bang occured (look it up for more info and to better understand where i am going) and that has been even found that the universe is expanding due to the wave from hat particular bang.
    hence science has disproven hat god made the universe, but that god made the earth is so explained. All matter han a certain gravitational pull. he matter thrown out from that bang started to clot and form big balls of all sorts of sh*t so hen the first suns started forming. the suns, now big balls of mostly hydrogen pulled to all the matter around them and some of the matter stuck to the sun but not into it, but formed on a course around it and slowly started to form a much smaller clots around that sun. hence the planets including earth. plus, the earth is proven to be about 4 billion years old. and how the fuck did noah herd all the species together in a boa and distribute them accordingly as they are today?

    now that a loch ness monster exists is a whole another deal. the dino most reminicent of the sightings of alleged monster are to the prehistoric plesiosaur and is most likely is a decendant of that creature. but the extinction of the great marine reptiles occurred at the same time as did the extinction of their land counterparts, the dinosaurs; at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary. The tectonic opening and closing of land bridges which inevitably changed the oceanic climate is thought to also be a possible cause for extinction.

  10. Jari says: March 7, 20104:08 pm

    Atheist: Your two first paragraphs doesn’t have anything to do with the LochNess monster. If you ever actually visit Lochness, go their visitor center. Unfortunately for your theories, LocNess was frozen solid to the bottom in last ice age, so no pleosdaurus whatsoever couldn’t survive through that era. Tectonics doesn’t have anything to do with that.

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