Cops In The 1930s Wanted To Protect Loch Ness Monster

April 29, 2010  
Filed under Weird Stuff

“Scottish police in the 1930s believed the existence of the Loch Ness monster was ‘beyond doubt’ and even sought to protect it from hunters.
A letter released by the National Archives of Scotland from Inverness County Police Chief Constable William Fraser in August 1938 shows police believed the only step they could usefully take to protect ‘Nessie’ from hunters was to tell people that the monster’s preservation was ‘desirable.’
Lovers of Nessie and Bigfoot need not fear, these creatures don’t need protection under the endangered species act. Mythological creatures are indestructible, and they will live forever in our imaginations.
UFO nuts shouldn’t fear that the US military will destroy flying saucers, I’m sure the magical flying crafts come equipped with Super Duper shields that will protect them from our most powerful weapons.
Magical creatures like Tinky Winky, UFO’s, Nessie and, Bigfoot are immortal. Don’t worry neither hunters or the government will destroy them. 
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One Response to “Cops In The 1930s Wanted To Protect Loch Ness Monster”

  1. Pharmacy technician jobs in California on April 30th, 2010 4:48 am

    Terrific work! This is the type of information that should be shared around the web. Shame on the search engines for not positioning this post higher!

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