The Beast of Loch Ness lake

Taizley P./p.4

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I'm not really sure why anyone would want to take a swim with a man-eating monster, but then again, our world is filled with fools. And one of those fools was one of the first christens to swim in the Loch Ness lake. NESSIE, A MAN EATING MONSTER, LIVES IN LOCH NESS LAKE.


That fool was a Irish MIssionary named st. Coluba and he is in the Loch Ness monster legend.


The legend says that by making the signs of a cross and ordering the beast to leave, Coluba stoped the monster from attacking a farmer by the lake. Man do I love a story with a happy ending.


Now, you may not belive in the Loch Ness Beast, and im not saying i do ether, but there has been another picture of this monster, this time by apple maps, and there have been many more sightings lately, so really, im not sure what to think.


The people that have 'seen' the beast of the Loch Ness lake say it looks like a extinct dinosaur, the plasiosaur, with a body about 30 feet long, with a long neck and flippers in the middle of the body by the stomach.


I guess Nessies a dinosaur then.....


The name Nessie is actly a Greek name that means pure and/or poor. Great name for a man-eating monster, I mean eating people is a very pure thing to do, don't you think?


I'm pretty sure though that Nessie isnt even one of the worst monsters out there... But still, that beast is a man-eating monster.

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"The Legend of Nessie the Ultimate Loch Ness Monster Site." The Legend of Nessie the Ultimate Loch Ness Monster Site. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2014.

"NESSIE, THE LOCH NESS MONSTER." Nessie: The Sightings. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2014.

Wickersham, John M. Myths and Legends of the World. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2000. Web.