posted on Oct, 24 2003 @ 10:38 AM
I don't know if you're aware of this, but the first recorded sighting of anything 'strange' in the Loch was in 565 AD. Then there was NOTHING
else seen until 1933.
The guy (sorry, can't recall his name offhand) who originally reported that 1930's sighting to his local newspaper - and sparked off the modern day
myth - admitted on his death-bed that he lied.
Look at this logically. How many hundreds of thousands of people have cast their eyes (and cameras) upon the Loch since 1933? And how many
unquestionable cases of photographic evidence have resulted? Not ONE.
If that isn't enough for you, how do you explain this: Recently the BBC set up a major investgation into the Loch. Using Sonar technology that
scanned every inch of the Loch, from top to bottom, and scanning the equivalent of 600 ships (SIX HUNDRED!) all searching at the same time, there was
The monster is nothing but the world's biggest tourist attraction. Remove the monster and all you're left with is an over-large lake in the middle
of nowhere. Do you realise how many millions of pounds the monster has lured into the region in the last 50 years alone?
If the Loch Ness tourist trade where to revert to visits from people attracted by it's naturally beauty alone, Tourist income would drop by over 90%.
On a conspiracy site it's ironic that the discussion is in favour of a monster, when the biggest conspiracy is being pulled off by the locals in
making you lot think there IS a monster!