Dear Readers, you may notice the dates of the Blog do not match the Flash Post dates which are in real time. The blog was written in 2009 and saw the light of day 6 months back when my younger daughter discovered it and decided to bring it to you here.
September 12. “Button, the Loch Ness Monster has resurfaced!”

September 12. “Button, the Loch Ness Monster has resurfaced!”

“What kind of monster is that? Never heard of it!”

“It is supposed to be similar to other lake monsters and inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.”

“And what does it look like?”

“The description varies and, till this day, nobody actually knows what the monster looks like. It was first brought to the world’s notice in 1933.”

“Does it actually exist?”

“The scientific community regards the Loch Ness Monster as a modern-day myth and explains sightings as a mixture of wishful thinking and hoaxes. But, despite this, it is still one of the most famous examples of cryptozoology. The legendary monster is also, affectionately, called Nessie since the 1950s.”

“Interesting. It must be a mythological creature since its been around for years and  nobody has seen it!”

“Yahoo News reported that the owner of Windermere hotel, Thomas Noblett, while taking a dip in the lake, felt something like a giant fish brush past his leg. He was then lifted up by a 3 feet wave but didn’t have the slightest idea what it was! When the lake was swept, the team spotted a strange 14 metre long disturbance in the water but were unable to detect anything. Searching the lake, which is England’s largest lake, is a huge task as it is 220 ft deep and over 10 miles long.”

“What do you think the monster looks like. Let’s try and do an artist’s sketch of what you and I think the Loch Ness Monster would look like.”

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