Snopes agrees with us

Thursday 5th August 2021

It is nice to know that we are not the only people who stuck our neck out and said that the theory that the Loch Ness monster is a whale penis is ridiculous. Snopes agrees.

However, nobody else has pointed out that it can’t be a whale penis because there are no whales in Loch Ness, and absolutely no chance of there ever being so.

Check this out:

Were Sea Monster Sightings Actually Whales Mating? – Twitter

While internet rumors about the origins of a famous Loch Ness Monster photograph are false, the idea that sea monster sightings were actually whale …





Jonathan Downes
Cryptozoologist, naturalist, musician, singer, composer, poet, novelist and Director of the Centre for Fortean Zoology since 1992. Jon was born in Portsmouth in 1959 and spent his infancy in Nigeria and his childhood in Hong Kong. His wife Corinna died of cancer in 2020, leaving him with two stepdaughters and a six year old granddaughter called Evelyn.