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And there's one more wrinkle in this elephantine mystery. In 1933 a circus promoter in the area—acting perhaps on inside information that the monster was really a big top beast—offered a rich reward for Nessie's capture, says Clark, a curator at the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow.
Originally posted by RenegadePsycho
Has anyone ever tried to recreate the same scenario of the photo in question? Did the guy actually say WHAT kind of toy submarine he used or anything? He might have wanted to kill the legend of nessie with him.
I find it hard to believe that it is a toy submarine.
Originally posted by Prozac Heart
Ummm... Would an elephant even be able to hold it head under water and swim, let alone be trained to hold it's trunk up while doing so?