“My adoring child was at a grasp by the water breathing dinosaur
While at a walk near the lake Teth”
This was the headline that eventually pursued us to explore this monster. Mrs.Pedge the mother of the victim described this leviathan to be an abyss-forest green scaled, sharp teethed, a very long tailed monster.
Although there is pure evidence to this mysterious incident, the police department probably had no guts on researching this.
“If Freddy was still here… I would caress his hazelnut tresses”
Another bitter headline by Mrs. Pedge. This was the part when our crew came on board. We got ready with all the gear and the ‘250 Submersible’.
This submersible was an R/C one. We wouldn’t risk our lives on this. The day was bitter and dark, more foggy to say. We had no option since our exploration was being delayed, day by day. We reached Lake Teth safely. The roads were contort. We sent the submersible with hope. The water was green. The submersible reached the bottom and I think we found Freddy’s clothes, they were torn really bad.
A chill went down our delicate spines as we saw something go across. I personally saw it like a huge eel.
After a bit more research the submersible went down for no reason, knowing we’ve lost, we started our journey back.
I saw an arc like boat or perhaps it was the Loch Ness Monster! The view wasn’t clear; to see properly. Later another day the submersible was been discovered by a local, it was flat crushed!
Four years after the expedition and the daring question still remains,
Is the Loch Ness Monster real?
By Dilmin Bandaranayake