Loch Ness Monster ‘Captured Alive’ – Public Responds

The Sturgeon Photograph of 1934 depicting the Lock Ness Monster is now thought to be a hoax.

The Sturgeon Photograph of 1934 depicting the ‘Lock Ness Monster’ is now thought to be a hoax.

Loch Ness Monster Spoof Captures Public Sympathy

A journalist has spoofed the American public. Media Analyst Mark Dice decided to set out and capture responses from the general public about the alleged live-capture of the Loch Ness Monster.

Dice received numerous positive responses for the release of Nessie back into the wild. “I think that if they want to researcher, she should be set back into the wild,” expressed one woman. “You don’t want her to die—so yes, PLEASE, put her back.”

Dice’s claims ranged from an alleged “Nessie world tour” to false comments from the PETA organization calling for ‘her’ release.

The video only depicts two individuals who questioned Dice’s bold claims about the Loch Ness Monster.

“Mark Dice is a media analyst and author who reveals the effects of our celebrity obsessed culture and the manipulative power of mainstream media.”


How do you feel about this most recent Loch Ness Monster hoax? Do you think Dice could have edited-out other skeptical responses?  What about the ‘Sturgeon Photograph’?

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Leo Ashcraft

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