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WWI submarine was 'attacked by monster'

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Kristin Moore
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« on: October 19, 2016, 09:01:02 pm »

“It is entirely feasible that some large sea creature disabled the submarine,” he said.

“History has shown that there have been consistent reports of large ‘monsters’ not just in lakes and lochs like Loch Ness but out in open waters as well.

“For many years the giant squid was known as the fearsome Kraken and given the size of the oceans, it wouldn’t be a surprise if many large species were still to be discovered.

“The area of sea where the attack took place has a history of sea monster sightings - they have ranged from the north coast of Wales to Liverpool bay. What the German captain said could well be true.

“It’s great to see how Nessie’s saltwater cousin clearly got involved in helping with the war effort - she even managed to do the damage without anyone being killed.”
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