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Loch Ness Monster

A myth submitted to the site by Ellie Bradford

One thousand, five hundred years ago a man went swimming in Loch Ness because a man wanted his boat witch was on the other side of Loch Ness. When he did he almost got eaten by a monster.

When he was in Loch Ness the monster was still hungry
Although he had already eaten a person. The monster
Is green with purple spots, sharp teeth, a long tail , and
Blue tentacles .

His blue tentacles are like octopus tentacles.
His sharp teeth that can bite through anything.
His giant tail is for wacking people with.

When the monster was going to eat the man
St Columba made a cross in the air with his hand and said “ Go no further. Do not touch the man. Go back at once.”

By Ellie Bradford
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Latest comments:
Name: Rishupal 3rd March 2014
I think you should've done more!
You haven't described when he comes as well :-(
But well try!
Name: Banana 30th January 2014
this does not really tell me the legend of the loch ness monster and I am not sure that is the way it goes :-(
Name: Jessica 8th January 2014
I love myths and legends
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