Do You Believe Whether The LOCH NESS MONSTER Exists? Why?

Singapore
February 28, 2007 1:54pm CST
Hi there! What do you think? Better still, any of you actually saw "Nessie" or know of anyone who saw it? Or, how about the other monster(s) as Lake Champlain?
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@Thomas73 (1467)
• Switzerland
7 Mar 07
The existence of old Nessie has been established to be "highly improbable" a little while ago. Maybe that's because he's now Elvis's pet on his desert island of the Pacific that Santa Claus visits on occasions when he's tired of Lapland. ;)
@Artsimba (1335)
• United States
28 Feb 07
It is in my opinion that there is some kind of sea animal or creature that swims in Loch Ness. It has been affectionately referred to as the Loch Ness Monster by the media who got the name from the person(s) who have claimed to have seen a large fish or whatever it was and called it by the name of the body of water where it was seen. There have been cases I've heard of where scientists found sea creatures that were supposed to be extinct so I think it is possible that there are sea creatures in existance that we've never seen before. So, who really knows. Only the ones who have seen it would be the ones to prove it. As far as other monster(s) go, since it is above ground, it would have to be proven by reputable scientists or zoologists for me to believe anything else, because how could something live and eat and breathe without anyone seeing it and proving it. There are a lot of charletons in the world, let's face it. If there are any monsters, they would be spelled c o n a r t i s t.
• Singapore
28 Feb 07
I've watched a few documentaries on Loch Ness and it seems the evidence is inconclusive. Since it's such a large body of water I suppose it isn't the easiest to find Nessie! Would be very interesting though if indeed we found new creatures. Long live Nessie! :)
@Artsimba (1335)
• United States
3 Mar 07
That's a good one. LOL
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@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
7 Mar 07
I think that it is totally possible. If truly there and wary as it should be of course it could be there without being discovered. There is still fortunately things on this earth that are neatly able to be put into a box by science. I actually hope that they are really there and never subjected to human scutiny. Live on and live free!!
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@seamonkey (1981)
• Ireland
28 Feb 07
I hope so. I've been to Loch Ness and had a good look but unfortunately didn't spot Nessie. My son (he was 7 at the time) was convinced the beast was coming up beneath the boat we were on and I didn't have the heart to tellhim it was just water being churned up by the propeller.
• Singapore
28 Feb 07
Yes, I hope so too! I suppose we love our myths and legends too much. Haha I hope your son was excited! Perhaps another person to spread the legend! :)
@seamonkey (1981)
• Ireland
28 Feb 07
I hope so, but I don't really think so. It's a great tourism generator for Inverness and a laugh. I've been to Loch Ness and had a good look but unfortunately didn't spot Nessie. My son (he was 7 at the time) was convinced the beast was coming up beneath the boat we were on and I didn't have the heart to tell him it was just water being churned up by the propeller.
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• United States
8 Mar 07
Unless you live right next to the Uruquart aincient castle over looking lake Loch Ness in Scotland, it seems anything short of that would not credibly matter or support what it is you beleive without being close to the source.
@jricbt (1455)
• Brazil
8 Mar 07
I think that it doesn't exist. It is very improbable that any creature that could be Nessie could exist in the lake. Could you give more information on Lake Champlain monster?