The myth about Loch Ness monster is officially exposed

The eternal enigma of Loch Ness is denied

In brief: Meantime the scientists have proven that the Loch Ness monster is nothing else but a myth.

The x-files for a long time had been being under the secret recently have been presented at the exhibition in Edinburgh (Scotland). They contain the whole truth about famous Loch Ness monster. Papers are dated of 1930s.

Among sensational documents are the official letters of the deputies of the British parliament of 1933. That time the parliamentarians really considered an issue of urgent capturing of the monster.

The other document is of the year 1938. It is a letter of the police chief of Invess to the Scottish department of the British government in which the policeman has asked to save the Loch Ness monster. At least the government prohibited hunting Nessy.

The first mention about Loch Ness monster however goes to the year 565 but the real boom over it has began in 1930s when several fuzzy pictures and doubtful interviews have been published in newspapers. Later most of the photos were found false. However the authenticity of the photos made by Tim Dinsdale in 1960 is not denied. That is why the legend of the existence of the monster is still alive.

Meantime the scientists have proven that the Loch Ness monster is nothing else but a myth. The proof of it is the research of the bottom of the lake. It is that there is no system of passages for the big beast as well as the resources necessary for feeding. The myth about the Loch Ness monster is supported by people themselves. The scientist of the Paleontological museum of Glasgow University Neil Clark has presented the most probable explanation of the myth. It is connected with the elephants having bathed in the lake.

Maria Velikanova
2010-04-28 09:29, Society.

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