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West Virginia, West Virginia
October 8, 2011
From journal Seeking Nessie
by Cindy Grant
June 27, 2011
From journal The Scotland Ghostour
October 6, 2001
Dedicated in 1999, this is a multi-media marvel! The way the lines weave about moving groups in managable numbers in a manner that won't loose the interest of the most" Attention Deficient" in the crowd....reminds me of something.....
How about " DISNEY ON THE LOCH"?
this museum has flyers in 17 languages if you happen to be in an integrated group but if you arrive with the French tour group...do not be depressed, Mon Chere! Of course we have this movie production in all languages!
You walk into small rooms that make you feel as if you are under the water of the loch while movie and laser productions explain the flora and fauna as well as the movement of the plates of the earth.
The first documentation of the monster was during an incident with St. Columbria about 800 A.D. when he soothed( or was it threatened?) the beast who killed one man. The beast was called a " Kelpie" at that time and was a horse-like monster. One of the rooms in the museum talks about all the hoaxes that have occured and how they were done. It also shows cases that can not be explained....
The next room you enter has a submarine with a ripple of water that appears above your head. In this area you will learn that surges of water and gas bubble from a deep rift below causing disturbances at the surface. Is this what Nessie is? A bubble of gas surging to the surface?
You'll also learn that the low food production in the loch wouldn't support any respectable monster.
The presentation goes into great detail explaining the scientific studies that have been done in the loch and what they have found. Just be prepared for the massive Nessie gift shops as you exit...I told you they learned well from Disney!
From journal Highland Fling in Inverness
South Florida, Florida
November 25, 2000
From journal A Loch Ness quickie