“I’m very concerned that we may experience alien marine microorganisms, plants, algae, or small animals attaching themselves to ships’ hulls navigating through the Caledonian Canal, of which Loch Ness is a major part, from the North Sea or the Atlantic ocean”, Professor Kettle of The
Loch Ness Official Research Programme said.
One of the oldest and most highly respected Nessie monster hunters, Professor Kettle has been maintaining a watching brief on the threats of radiation, Covid, bird flu other toxins that are placing the life of our oldest plesiosaur in great danger. He has promised to continue to analyse core samples.
The terrifying slime is killing water bodies around the world and can paralyse or even kill swimmers. Now traces of it have been discovered on shorelines around Loch Ness.
Speaking exclusively to this blog, a concerned local has hit out at what he describes as “the mother of all cover-ups”. He said, “I approached various agencies concerned with the loch and they all warned me off. One told me that I was “a dangerous nutter” and another said, “beware of dark forces, pal.”
However, the local man said he would continue to pursue this new Loch Ness Monster and vowed, “I won’t keep quiet until highly qualified academics like Professor Kettle investigate and report. If there is something that could cause harm then it needs to be out in the open”.
Inverness busker Kim Avis (aka Kim Vincent aka Kim Gordon) is accused of raping three women, attempting to rape a young girl and sexually assaulting another young girl, breach of the peace and threatening and abusive behaviour. He also allegedly skipped bail to go on the run as a fugitive in the USA and was eventually hunted down and cornered by US Marshals. He denies all charges.
Mr. Avis has been held on remand in prison in Glasgow and is now listed to appear to face the High Court in early April 2021.
In scenes similar to a weather apocalypse movie, the Loch Ness area has been buried beneath snow – up to 2 metres (7 feet) deep. In one location 20 cars were trapped and snow ploughs have been fighting to stay on the treacherous roads.