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Zahn von Nessie gefunden??? - Echt oder Fake (PR für ein neues Buch?
erstellt am: 14/5/2005 um 10:54

$5,000 Reward For Inforation Leading To The Return Of The Tooth


Iám a college student in the Midwest U.S. In March (2005) my roommate and I went to the U.K and spent our last two days at Loch Ness. The boat rental season hadn started so we hired a local who took us on a private boat tour.

After a few hours we came across the remains of a dead deer. The animal had literally been ripped in half - hind quarters gone, its spine was broken and severed. There were huge bloody gashes, teeth marks and a bizarre bony protrusion sticking out of an exposed rib. Using a screwdriver, we cracked open the ribcage and pried it loose. It was a tooth - about 4 inches long, barbed and very sharp!

I'm about the biggest skeptic you'll ever meet, but this tooth was real, and whatever ate that deer had to have been huge. Our Scottish local told us there are no bears in the area. Excited, we signaled a passing boat to join us. Big mistake! The man told us he was the water bailiff, flashed credentials, then confiscated the tooth and the video tape that was in my camera, claiming we could get everything back from the Highland Authorities as long as we cooperated. Fortunately, he didn find the earlier footage in my backpack.

We wasted our last day trying to get the tooth back. Most thought we were nuts, one guy who knew the water bailiff threatened to "take our passports if we made trouble." Now we're angry and want the tooth back. I tracked down a Loch Ness expert through some blogs who discovered fresh animal tracks last December. ( Mr. McDonald says the tooth will prove his own theories apparently -   developed for some author. He swears he knows what the creature is and has investors ready to buy the tooth from us.

Please look at our footage. Send the links to everyone you know. Anyone whose effort help us to recover the tooth from the Highland authorities will receive a $5,000 reward! You can contact me by  clicking here or contact Bill McDonald at

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Und  HIER das Video, wie sie den Zahn "bergen". Der Schnitt den die hier machten, lässt einen eher vermuten, das sie den Zahn einfach herausziehen konnten. Laut ihre Aussagen allerdings, benötigten sie fast 20 min. hierfür.

Ausserdem finde ich es äusserst seltsam, das erwähnt wird, das dies ein Beweis sein sollte für "irgendein" Author. Zufälligerweise erschien gerade (am May 1, 2005) in der USA das neuste Buch von Steve Alten "The Loch", und es geht um das Loch Ness Monster.

Ein Kommentar dazu ist bei Amazon zu lesen:
Incorporating the latest research and   "new evidence," that leads to  real answers concerning the monster's identity, best-selling author Steve Alten weaves a tale of horror about the most publicized and controversial creature ever to exist.


Was meint Ihr? Für mich kommt das sehr nah an die PR vom "eingelegten Drachenbaby" der letztes Jahr von einem Author als PR benutzt wurde, um den Verkauf seiner Bücher voran zu treiben. (Klicke hier)

Zumindest ist dieser "Zahn" deffinitiv NICHT von einem Säugetier. Für mich sieht es eher aus wie das Geweih eines jungen Gabelbocks, oder anderer Geweihträger.

Ich denke es ist eher ein Fake, wegen Unstimmigkeiten im Video, und Hinweis auf den "Author". Was denkt Ihr? Es passt einfach zu gut im Schema "PR des Authors".