“Loch Ness” found at Carlyle Lake

April 1, 2020

By John Stuehmeier

A creature similar to the Loch Ness Monster was found in Carlyle Lake yesterday.

James Beam and Scotty MacGregor were sailing on Carlyle Lake, as they do every day, when to their amazement “something” started “swimming” beside them. It kept up with them in a 10 knot wind and when the wind slowed to almost nothing, the creature started dancing backwards, like a dolphin, only it was much larger. It continued to entertain the sailors with dance and a melodious laugh. When Beam and MacGregor got to shore, they notified the local authorities who then notified the area media.

Because they were so entertained, Beam and MacGregor will sail again today looking for the creature. They have named their “Loch Ness Monster” CLEM… Carlyle Lake Entertaining Monster.

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