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Loch Ness Monster Essay

  • Submitted by: isadorasd
  • on August 5, 2015
  • Category: Psychology
  • Length: 687 words

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Loch Ness contains a monster:

Through many years and generations a belief that started in the Scottish highlands has confused and moved people all over the world, it is if loch ness contains a monster, or not?   Now when the word monster is heard we think of something horrendous and straight out of a movie, however this monster might even be reptile specie or any other sort of living creature. It is supposed that this belief started very long ago around 565 a.c by   an Irish missionary , then many years after that around the 1930´s many testimonies claim to have seen this monster in the loch ness , and that is how the belief is generated.

On one hand the evidence for the existence of this monster started when a story in a local newspaper in 1933 was published, and in 1966 there was a video proof shown by Tim Dindsdales , it was until 2014 that this video emerged. Another famous way in which there is proof for the existence of the monster are testimonies by George Spicer a motorcyclist that claimed to have seen the monster and a picture published by Hugh Gray (seen below)

Another way the existence of the loch ness monster is supported is by the mention of how it is a biblical creature, or a line of a pleosiosaur, finally one of the best pieces of evidence for the existence of Nessie or the loch ness monster is a video published in 2002 by Bobby Pollock where there is a visible creature seen in this lake.

All of these collections of testimonies, photographs articles and videos are evidence that go for the existence of the loch ness monster and how it is still there.

On the other hand there is also evidence against loch ness containing a monster, the main overall evidence is that the pictures or assumptions are not 100% reliable or accurate, as well as the fact that the pictures are not clear.   The picture by Hugh Gray in 1934 was actually proved to have been a dog swimming in the loch ness, and in...

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