Monday, February 21, 2011

New Pictures of 'Bow Nessie'

Bow Nessie
Bow Nessie
UPDATE: 2018 - The original photograph included herein has since been deleted, and the link (an iFrame to an external site which may no longer exist) likely corrupted.  The second photo, which was here, actually showed little more than a black dot from far away and a post on this original sighting has since disappeared.  This photo is of the original Bow Nessie sighting, released to the Press on February 17, 2011.

In February 2011, "Bow Nessie" of Lake Windermere in England was spotted not once but twice in a matter of a few days.  The second sighting occurred on February 21, 2011.  In both sightings, photographic evidence was taken, though what they show is questionable.  

Flat-Earthers (largely religious extremists with strong military ties) have since despoiled the results for Bow Nessie in Bing -- because they make a lot of money selling safaris to hunt these ancient creatures to pieces of shit just like themselves -- but some ardent searching lead me to these original links and photos.

Bow Nessie has since largely faded from the public's memory, but -- for whatever reason -- 02-21-11, a Texas Penal Code for repeated child sexual abuse, came up instead of Bow Nessie!  Which sums-up Flat-Earthers better than I ever could!

Bow Nessie is said to inhabit Lank Windermere in England, and is sometimes referred to as England's Loch Ness Monster.

© C Harris Lynn, 2011

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