81 years of the Loch Ness Monster (a.k.a the Water Horse)

For 81 years in Loch Ness, a famous lake in Scotland, many people have been searching for the unexplained mystery of the Loch Ness Monster. A Nessie that lives underwater, deep below the water of the loch as it can be rarely seen on the surface.

Many scientists tried to find it, but none found no clue. Only pictures, show how they took when they found the chance when they found something sticking out of the water. A neck like a longneck dinosaur. Very green.

Throughout days, months and years, nada. However, thanks to the movie, “The Water Horse”, showed how it all started and how a Nessie can be called a water horse throughout prehistoric times. Even in some adventure and sci-fi movies on prehistory.

It was mentioned in a ‘Thomas the Tank Engine’ episode where Donald and Douglas, the Scottish twin engines thought they saw it, but it was Harvey coming to help them because of an accident.

“The Water Horse” was the last movie by Revolution Studios before it was shut down in mid 2008. It had Brian Cox as the narrator as Alex Etel played as his young self. Set in 1942 during WWII, a boy found a prehistoric egg as it hatched. A water horse as it grew bigger and bigger in water. It was brought back to the loch as it became known as the Loch Ness Monster. It was seen again in adulthood when the boy found it, as British soldiers think it was the Germans. But they saw it too. Soldiers tried to kill it, but they let him go. It was disappeared however, as the man as the young boy told the story to two tourists.

It was a good movie actually. I mentioned this to a teacher while in class on unexplained mysteries while I was in high school.

For sure no one has found it, or people may think no such thing exists, but it’s still out there. Lurking in the waters. Thanks to that movie, it sure can bring how a friendship can be. Between a boy and the water horse, known as the Loch Ness Monster who wouldn’t harm anyone. All that for 81 years.

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