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Are Loch Ness Monster Witnesses All Just Drunk?
Published on Apr 15, 2013
Researchers note a large number of reports by café and hotel workers, suggesting drumming up tourism may be an impetus.
The Beast of Loch Ness (Documentary)
Published on Mar 18, 2013
More Documentaries every day here –https://www.youtube.com/user/DocuChan… Documentary on the Loch Ness Monster – The Beast of Loch Ness lake in Scotland.
Best if watched in FULL SCREEN mode
THEI Research Notes
Loch Ness: The Subterranean World Connection
From: The Hollow Earth Insider Research Report Volume 1 #3 (Jan- Feb 1993)
EDITOR: Dennis Crenshaw
Robert Charroux tells us in FORGOTTEN WORLDS – Scientific Secrets of the Ancients and Their Warning for Our Time (1971) that geologists know that a great underground river runs under Paris… “It flows about three thousands feet below the surface and is fed by underground water from nine parallel spurs of the Jura Mountains, hence it’s name; the Jura River.
“After passing below the Morven region of France it passes below the Morven region of Scotland, near Inverness and Loch Ness famous for it’s monster. . . . it is interesting to note that the animal hero of the Jura region in France is also a fabulous serpent: the Vouivre. Another coincidence; etymologically the name Jura means ‘Wild beast.'” (Pages 301-302).
Could it be that the famous “Nessie” is a migratory animal, using the underground river to travel between warm interior waters and the cooler waters of Loch Ness to mate or give birth to their young? . . . EDITOR