Scientists Have Good Idea About the Origin of the Loch Ness Monster

Scientists Have Good Idea About the Origin of the Loch Ness Monster:  A new study suggests that the idea of a Loch Ness monster is a mass delusion triggered by the discovery of long-necked dinosaurs.  Prior to that, only about 10% of people claiming to see mysterious creatures said they were long-necked, but afterwards, that figure grew to over 50%. 

Hell, it doesn’t take some scientist to figure out where the idea of a Loch Ness Monster comes from.  Why it comes from the Scottish Board of Tourism.  So, if you’re one of those people running around shouting “the Pleistocene will rise again,” you may as well just “forget about it!” 

To put it bluntly - there is no such thing as a Loch Ness Monster!  It’s all a big hoax, and if you don’t believe me - I got that information directly from Bigfoot.  Besides, as everyone knows, if a monster like this really existed - it would obviously be living somewhere in Florida, not Scotland.

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Comment by Ron Powell on April 24, 2019 at 5:11pm

The first stories about the creature appeared in 565AD...

Nearly 1500 years alone would turn just about any living thing into a monster...Loch Ness or otherwise...

Comment by Johnny Robish on April 24, 2019 at 5:14pm

Hee!

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