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Massive search to find the mythical Loch Ness monster begins in Scotland

Cryptids are a subspecies of animals that do exist but their presence hasn’t been explained properly either because they are few in number and haven’t been documented properly or there is skepticism on their existence, whether they exist or not. The legends around these are quite fantastical in nature and while they make for good stories, like satanic dogs that smite the doors of churches, have hellish red eyes and are physically massive in size, is the exact reason as to why species like these are considered cryptids, the average mind would not be able to digest such lore and that too with no supporting evidence. Although the theme of all these esoteric things has often been referenced similarly in music, with singers and writers like Captain Beefheart, Jim Morrison, William S Burroughs referencing them directly or indirectly, in works of prestige. 

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The Loch Ness monster, ubiquitous to Scotland, is one of the most famous cryptids, in fact, it is one of the cryptids that has actual photographic evidence and one of the photos that did exist on record has now been proved a hoax, so in recent events, a massive search has been launched in Scotland, a place that is home already to many legends, many of them rooted in literature. Since 1933 when a hotel manager by the name of Aldie Mackay claimed to see a water beast in the waters near the Loch Ness river and ever since, the rumor mill has not stopped churning and has inspired enough publicity to make sure this river will be immortalized in public memory.

Owing to that same frantic activity, a new hunt has been initiated a few days back, that will involve the use of scanning the waters with webcams, hydrophones, drones etc, maybe in one last bid to finally seal the rumors shut

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