The Monster of Loch Ness

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The Monster of Loch Ness - Here is another account of a schoolmaster, a...
Here is another account of a schoolmaster, a master of arts, and a man with some scientific scientific training "I saw It 700 yards diatsnt from me on a perfectly clear sunshiny day with the water of the loch as smooth as glass, I remarked that the monster had a serpent like head and neck of a dark color rising five or six feet out of the water and turning now and then from one side to the other. I saw nothing of the body but the water rippled as the monster moved. After about 12 minutes it sank slowly out of sight snd disappeared."

Clipped from The Winnipeg Tribune27 Dec 1933, WedPage 9

The Winnipeg Tribune (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)27 Dec 1933, WedPage 9
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