Posted by: Nick Redfern on June 24th, 2012
There’s a new article at the Scottish Sunday Herald newspaper that is bound to stir up controversy in cryptozoological circles. It begins as follows:
“It sounds like a plot dreamed up by the creators of Southpark, but it’s all true: schoolchildren in Louisiana are to be taught that the Loch Ness monster is real in a bid by religious educators to disprove Darwin’s theory of evolution.”
Over at the Loch Ness Mystery blog, Glasgow Boy weighs in on this news story.
He says, in part: “What the creationist Christians need to find is not a live plesiosaur but a fossilised plesiosaur with a fossilised human in or near it. That would upset the scientific apple cart no end, but to date no such thing has been found.”
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