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July 30, 2020


Loch Ness Monster: Firefighter 'baffled' after recording 'classic' Nessie sighting

(Thanks to John Lobert, who says "Looks legit to me.")


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I wonder how many Loch Ness residents have homemade Nessie submarines just for this purpose.

@ Rod - I was thinking along the same lines.

Under a magnifying lense it greatly resembles a scrotum frog, except for the fact that you can count all fourteen legs. Once it gets hold of a container of horse semen in liquid nitrogen out days will be numbered.

"He is also a tree feller and fencer" Having read these other interest of this fireman feller, I must say, now, knowing that he likes to play with long swords and hugs trees in his spare time that I've grown a bit more suspicious of this fellers vid.

The object in the Loch Ness photo could be The Yellow Submarine.

Our Flathead lake Monster could beat up the Loch Ness Monster!

"According to Google there are 200,000 searches each month for the Loch Ness Monster."

Well now, that's interesting trivia. But if those googlers were really interested in trivia, they should visit the blog on a regular basis.

The Roswell, New Mexico space aliens tells us that on some worlds the Loch Ness Monster would be used for bait.

Did anyone else notice Bigfoot peeping out from behind one of the trees in the background?

Math-Yoda--I believe Bigfoot prefers to be called Darrel nowadays. He is doing insurance commercials to pay for pizzas and beer.

Anyone who watches Dr Who knows that the Loch Ness monster is really a creation of the Zygons who wish to conquer the Earth.

What is the Loch Ness Monster doing with a phone?!

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