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Dinosaur Discovery the Cause of the Loch Ness Monster Delusion

The discovery of the dinosaurs may have led to the “Loch Ness monster delusion”. The Loch Ness monster legend in 1933 when George Spicer, a Londoner, claimed to have seen ‘the most extraordinary form of animal’ as he drove along a new road at Loch Ness, cross the street.

Standing four feet tall, and with a long wavy neck slightly thicker than an elephant's trunk the creature lurched off into the undergrowth and vanished, leaving behind only a legend that has endured for nearly 100 years.

Full story at the Telegraph.

(Image Credit: Robert Kenneth Wilson / Daily Mail April 21, 1934)

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