Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 6, 2005
Forensics Investigator William McDonald has been researching the Loch Ness Monster for 12 years. The former U.S. Marine is now on the threshold of breaking new evidence that, for the first time, reveals what the creature is, proves its existence, and explains why the animal is only seen on blurry photos. McDonald is also prepared to reveal why the Scottish Highland Government is covering up information about the monster's true identity.
With exclusive photos and video, McDonald is prepared to detail:
- Slide Tracks taken in December on the banks of Loch Ness of an animal reported to be 50 to 60 feet long.
- A half-devoured deer carcass found by two American students in March.
- A four inch barbed shed tooth found in the deer's remains, confiscated by Scottish Authorities, confirmed by biologists to be real.
- The actual species of the animal known as Nessie.
- Why it is not a plesiosaur, as the Highlanders claim it to be.
- How the animal entered Loch Ness prior to 1930 and why it is trapped.
- Why it only surfaces to feed on winter nights.
- Why the Scottish Government confiscated the tooth found by the American students' and how their footage came to appear at http://www.LochNessTooth.com
Because of a nondisclosure agreement with author Steve Alten (The LOCH) whose publisher funded part of McDonald's research in exchange for the exclusive, the investigator has been forced to remain quiet. However, due to McDonald's recent meetings with marine biologists, paleontologists, and board members from several prestigious museums who are lending their support in recovering the tooth from the Highland Government (offering $100,000 in reward money) Alten's publisher has agreed to release McDonald from his non-disclosure.
McDonald is now looking for the largest print media venues upon which to deliver never-before-seen photos of the tooth and renditions of what the monster actually looks like.
Mr. McDonald can be reached at 480-330-7553 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
He is representing the efforts of the two American students and can arrange an interview by phone with one of the students if necessary.
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