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July 24, 2019


Loch Ness skipper captures 'Nessie' beneath the waves in remarkable sonar image


(Thanks to John Lobert, who says “The image convinced me.”)


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It's amazing that Nessie looks exactly like our Flathead Lake Monster. The same sonar images, history of blurry photographs are identical. The only real difference is they call their monster, "Nessie" while we call our lake monster,"Bob."

When my computer does that I just reboot it.

Nessie has changed very little since first being spotted in 565 AD. No questions here to learn Cindy Crawford smears herself with 'Nessie' daily.

"Remarkable" is one way to put it, I suppose.

My first thought on seeing that image was "Quilters On Acid".

That video needs a "Super Mario" soundtrack.

"'Storm Loch Ness' Hunters plan to find famous monster after Area 51 raid goes viral"

Another cunning plan.

Really. I bet you can’t name anything else it could possibly be.

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