Michael Cohen firstname.lastname@example.org
Fifty years ago sightings of the Loch Ness Monster or â€˜Nessieâ€™ were common and few Scottish locals doubted the presence of an exotic water creature in their locale which might have been the last living member an isolated relic Plesiosaur population.
Sightings of Nessie have decreased over the last few years and extensive and thorough scanning of the Loch Ness by scientists and researchers have failed to produce any evidence of Nessie. This has led many to believe, sadly, that this gentle, secretive creature had passed on. Now, astonishingly, frequent sightings are being reported of a creature living in the English Channel that appears, judging by images (picture above, video below) captured by astonished witnesses, to be similar in form to Nessie.
This cryptid has been dubbed â€˜The Channel Creatureâ€™.
Many are now asking: Is Nessie the Channel Creature? Is it possible that a hidden water passage exists linking the Loch Ness to the ocean? Perhaps Nessie instinctively realises that open knowledge of her presence would jeapordise her existence and has thus moved out to sea.
……Some Nessie researchers claim that scientists are aware of the Loch Ness Monsterâ€™s presence and the existence of a secret underwater tunnel leading to the sea â€˜She goes out to mate, thus perpetuating the elusive species. But she always returns home to the Loch Nessâ€™ one told us.