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Why I believe in the Loch Ness Monster.

Editor's note: Here are the answers from the December 1995 Reader's Poll. Some of you believe in the Loch Ness Monster, some of you don't and some of you sent in some really wacky stories. Here as one of the wackiest.

Yes, I do believe in the Loch Ness Monster. Once I went camping with my uncle, and we went hunting for fish and the Loch Ness Monster. Then the Loch Ness Monster captured me and took me along to his cave. He introduced me to his family: his wife Lochnessa,. his son Lochna, his maid Gertrude, and him, Locho.

I ate dinner with them. We ate stew. It was yummy! Then they invited me to watch TV with them. We watched I Love Nessie, Harry, and the Hendersons, and the Young and the Loch Ness.

Then they told me to feed their dog Scaly and to go home because I was annoying them. They let me take home leftovers to my mom. She did the weirdest thing with them! She buried them under the dirt! I told her that we should have eaten them but she just gave me a dirty look.

I still visit the Loch Ness family on occasions. If you'd like to meet them, go to Camp Ooga Booga on Watch Out Road.

Anyway, that is why I believe in the Loch Ness Monster.

Reader's Poll Response

Do you believe in the Loch Ness Monster?

Yes - 43%

No - 48%

Undecided - 9%

No. I do not believe because they're just people that dress up like the Loch Ness Monster.

Vanessa Boomgaard

Santa Barbara, California

Yes. I believe in the Loch Ness Monster because it is real just like Bigfoot. Do we get a prize if we're right?

Rebecca Speedy

Las, Vegas, Nevada

No. Because when people came along there were no dinosaurs and that's that.

Marianne Macney

Monument, Colorado

Yes. Because I want to believe.

Mike Meyer

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
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Title Annotation:Young Author's Story
Author:Bunting, Sarah
Publication:Children's Digest
Date:Apr 1, 1996
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