Sponsored byUFOs and the paranormal with Malcolm Robinson: The Loch Ness monster - part 1
Published on Thursday 26 April 2012 14:35
IN PREVIOUS articles we have looked at ghosts, UFOs and touched on the subject of Cellular Memory. In the following articles, we turn our attention to another one of the world’s most elusive mysteries, one of which can be found right here in the British Isles.It has done wonders for the Scottish tourist industry ad thousands of people come to visit the area from all around the world. I am of course referring to Scotland’s Loch Ness monster. Doing well from the tourists is all well and good but the fact remains, is the Loch Ness monster really real in so far as whatever is in Loch Ness is as yet unrecognised (to science) as a living creature, or are all the sightings of ‘Nessie’ throughout the centuries all misinterpretations? Well in the following articles we’ll take a look and journey through the mystery that is the Loch Ness monster. Sightings of ‘Nessie’ go well back into antiquity, indeed the first official recorded observation of a strange creature in the loch was made by St Columba way back in 565AD. St Columba was a Christian missionary who was visiting Scotland from Ireland.
Extract from frank Searle interview:
(MR) Now, do you think you could have been mistaken with any of these sightings, and that they may have been due to natural explanations?
(FS) No, that is rubbish. I was a professional soldier in a specialised regiment for 18 years; the government spent a lot of time and money training me. I’ve been all around the world, when I’ve seen an animal I know I’ve seen an animal.
(MR) Have you ever seen more than one animal on the loch at the same time?
(FS) Yes, in 1975, it was written up in my first book. A French Canadian girl and I saw two small ones near the mouth of a river; they were about four and a half feet long. It was written up in my first book.