Monday, March 30, 2009

Alarming Prediction Concerning "Nessie"

Photo courtesy: FunFacts

Global warming may have claimed one of its most well-known and well-loved victims according to Nessie hunter Robert Rines.

After 37 years; Rines, an 85-year-old American, will make one last trip in a final attempt to locate Nessie. He candidly admits, “Unfortunately I’m running out of age.”

Robert, a World War II veteran, started looking for Nessie in 1971. He had gone to Loch Ness with another monster hunter and identified moving targets with sonar equipment. He had been bitten with the Nessie bug. The following year he returned; and, the rest is history. He says, “I had the misfortune of seeing one of these things with my own eyes.” What he saw was a 25’ long hump with the texture of elephant skin gliding through the water.

Rines knows what he saw; but, the trail seems to have gone cold. Nessie sightings have fallen off; and, Robert Rines now fears Nessie may be dead – a victim of global warming.

In this vein, he wants to check the almost 100 contacts on the loch bottom believing one may be Nessie’s remains.

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