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Loch Ness Monster

A myth submitted to the site by Sophie West

Monday 11th January 2010Loch Ness Monster

Once they was a old holy man touring River Nesa teaching picts about God. 1,500 years ago was when the last time the Loch Ness Monster was seen. A man was walking one day and his boat was at the other side of the sea.

The Loch Ness Monster looks like a wiggly worm because it was bumpy. and the Loch Ness Monster has a slimy body, dark green skin colour and sharp jaggy teeth. Rough body, blood shot eyes and it has fire flame tattoos It came out the water and it remind me of a wiggly worm.

St Columba said to the Loch Ness Monster
“ Go no further. Do not touch the man. Go back at once.” The Loch Ness Monster then went back in the water and never got seen again.

By Sophie West
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Name: Shannah Stewart 20th February 2010
well done sophie it was great i found it really intresten that the loch ness monster was never seen agin
Name: Shannah Stewart 18th February 2010
great ! xxx
Name: Sophie West 15th February 2010
thank you everyone how rated my story xxx!
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