Legends of Monsters – Facts Or Fiction

By | November 8, 2019

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Lock Ness. Source: (Wikipedia)

Many types of monsters have been the subject of legends down through the years.

Loch Ness is the location where the Legend of the Loch Ness Monster originated from. It is the largest freshwater lake in Britain. With a depth of 754 feet deep, a length of twenty-two and a half miles long, and a width of one and a half miles wide, there is most certainly enough room for a legendary monster to be born in. It has been said that this body of water has the capacity to hold more than 10 times the amount of people in the world. The water never freezes as the water beneath the thermocline never gets below 44 degrees, thus warming the water above it which can also cause it to sometimes steam.  

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Loch Ness Monster. Source: (Wikipedia)

There have been many claims of sighting the Loch Ness Monster ever since the 6th century A.D. Whether true sightings or not, it certainly creates a lot of intrigue with people everywhere wanting to discover for themselves whether it is fact or fiction. Descriptions of the Loch Ness Monster seem to lean toward a creature that looks similar to a dinosaur. As with anything else, there are always those who will purposely create false tales which inevitably causes the truth to be less believed.