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Topic: Nessie Resurfaces
Message: Posted by: Tony Iacoviello (Jun 12, 2007 12:40AM)
An amateur scientist recently captured footage of the legendary mythical creature from the Scottish lake Loch Ness, and the video is already creating a huge buzz about the existence of the monster.

http://www.aolvideoblog.com/2007/05/31/loch-ness-monster-resurfaces/

Tony (not Sheils, the other one)
Message: Posted by: Eddie Garland (Jun 12, 2007 12:52AM)
Thanks Tony, I love the Nessie!

So much room to hide in that Loch Ness!
Message: Posted by: fishwasher (Jun 12, 2007 01:59AM)
Aawww, I can't watch the video. Apparently it is not available in my area.


How dissapointing :(
Message: Posted by: billyboy1957 (Jun 12, 2007 07:17AM)
I can't watch it in London either. It seems that Scotland has got nearer the USA than England by some bizarre transmogrification of the globe.

Ian
Message: Posted by: Slim King (Jun 12, 2007 08:10AM)
What's funny is that they always use the old "Hoax" photo before the new one :)
Message: Posted by: Bill Ligon (Jun 12, 2007 10:26AM)
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On 2007-06-12 08:17, billyboy1957 wrote:
I can't watch it in London either. It seems that Scotland has got nearer the USA than England by some bizarre transmogrification of the globe.

Ian
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It's all them black holes and stuff that them sientest fellers is always cookin' up! That's wat it is!

Bill
Message: Posted by: Eddie Garland (Jun 12, 2007 11:41AM)
It's really nothing more than a large ripple on the water from what I can tell...Tony? You see anything else?
Message: Posted by: Tony Iacoviello (Jun 12, 2007 11:44AM)
I see lots of things, that's why I have all the meds.
Message: Posted by: Bill Ligon (Jun 12, 2007 12:17PM)
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On 2007-06-12 12:44, Tony Iacoviello wrote:
I see lots of things, that's why I have all the meds.
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That's why you are called "Tony Eye."

Tony Eye -- sees all, tells all -- even things that aren't there.

;)
Bill
Message: Posted by: Jerome Finley (Jun 12, 2007 05:19PM)
It's very interesting in that, here in Utah, we have the Bear Lake and the "Bear Lake Monster". Now here is what's fascinating . . . they have not found the bottom of Loch Ness OR the Bear Lake.

An old timer I spoke with last year actually claimed there was an underground channel which connected the two, and that the creature was actually the same one in different locations (migrating back and forth)! Whatever the case, it is a very compelling story and theory, and one that I hope to exploit in my own attempt to raise the Bear Lake Monster next year ;)

Best,
Jerome Finley
Message: Posted by: Mystician (Jun 12, 2007 07:13PM)
Uhh.. an underground channel between Utah and Scotland ?
The old timer has had a few too many hits of white lightning, methinks.

'Sides, there's nothing in the water; sightings of Nessie are simply a reflection from the flying dragon overhead, but no one ever thinks to look UP. :)
Message: Posted by: Jerome Finley (Jun 12, 2007 08:04PM)
Myst,
LOL! It's likely he does!

I do find what he said interesting though . . . he claimed to have seen the beast a few times, with grandchildren who also witnessed the event.

Regardless of the truth, SOMETHING is going to be seen in that water very soon.

Best,
J.
Message: Posted by: Eddie Garland (Jun 12, 2007 10:42PM)
J,
I hope your monster is able to blow some lake water on the spectators...nothing beats a little monster spray as a convincer.

Raise all the monsters!
Message: Posted by: Sabrina (Jun 13, 2007 05:46AM)
Looked like a floating log. Has a very straight shape to the most exposed dark spot.
Message: Posted by: kaytracy (Jun 13, 2007 10:10AM)
And don't forget Lake Champlain, and Lake Chelan......
k
Message: Posted by: Spackle666 (Jun 13, 2007 11:22AM)
I love lake and sea monsters. But this footage is far from the most compelling. The surgeon's photo—actually taken by a friend of a gynecologist— of Nessie is the most famous and exciting one with the moster's full head a neck breaching the water (the black and white one from the clip). But alas nearly 45 years after taken the photo, they hoaxers admit their prank. In the age of film and video their have been interesting footage, but nothing as great as the suregeon photo that launched it all. Champ, the monster in lake champlain, has not only some good still photography taken of it but some really interesting video. Google it. or check here:

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/story?id=1648547

here is a great and provocative picture of champ:
Message: Posted by: Philemon Vanderbeck (Jun 13, 2007 11:58AM)
I want to summon a lake monster for Seattle's Lake Washington, which for some reason, is still remarkably monster-free, despite having access to the Puget Sound (and thus, the Pacific Ocean).
Message: Posted by: KOTAH (Jun 13, 2007 12:17PM)
At one time Al Capone wanted Ness to swim with the fishes.
Message: Posted by: Mystician (Jun 13, 2007 12:20PM)
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On 2007-06-13 13:17, KOTAH wrote:
At one time Al Capone wanted Ness to swim with the fishes.
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** Groan ** !!
Message: Posted by: Slim King (Jun 13, 2007 12:22PM)
Why would you like to swim in Lake Washington when you have the whole Pacific Ocean as a playground? And Buffett :)
Don't they also have those noisy HYDRO's there too?
Message: Posted by: Philemon Vanderbeck (Jun 13, 2007 01:13PM)
Because Lake Monsters are attention wh*res.
Message: Posted by: Slim King (Jun 13, 2007 05:31PM)
Just got NINE......That sounds funny :)
Message: Posted by: Bill Ligon (Jun 13, 2007 06:36PM)
If I am not mistaken, Boleskine, where Aleister Crowley lived and played for a while, is located on Loch Ness. Maybe Nessie is something Crowley conjured up.

Bill
Message: Posted by: Black Hart (Jun 15, 2007 10:38AM)
I fell in Loch Ness once, there sure was a monster in it THEN...

Keith Hart
Message: Posted by: Bill Ligon (Jun 15, 2007 11:43AM)
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On 2007-06-15 11:38, Black Hart wrote:
I fell in Loch Ness once, there sure was a monster in it THEN...

Keith Hart
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ROTFLMAO!

Bill
Message: Posted by: chmara (Jun 15, 2007 12:48PM)
I remember when the late great Billy McComb revealed that his ex-wife left him for a new job -- swimming up and down Loch Ness.

Anyone more recently divorced for the same reason creating these waves???
Message: Posted by: pkg (Jun 15, 2007 02:21PM)
I was swimming on my back...no need for the buzz.
Message: Posted by: Bill Ligon (Jun 15, 2007 07:01PM)
Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Pkg, that cracked me up! I'm still laughing.

Bill
Message: Posted by: Mystician (Jun 15, 2007 08:20PM)
Nessie is a one eyed sea serpent ? :P

Next it'll have one horn, and be a flying purple people eater ..
Message: Posted by: Bill Ligon (Jun 15, 2007 08:57PM)
Stop! Stop! You're killing me! Hee hee haa ha Whooee!

Bill