It seems like people had enough of mysteries for unlikely events have been planned for next months. The ‘Storm Area 51’ event was one thing, but can we handle another bizarre event such as searching The Loch Ness Monster?
Apparently, it’s a new era of uncovering ongoing mysteries because this event shows that the masses are all for revealing the dark secrets of the universe.
‘Storm Loch Ness, Nessie can’t hide from us all’ is a Facebook event that went extremely viral. As over 27,000 people said there are attending the massive search, other 51,000 people showed their interest in coming to find Loch Ness. It will take place in Loch Ness, Fort Augustus, Scotland on September 21st.
If so many people went into the lake at ones, all the water would probably be spilled out and whatever’s left is the answer. A charity organization that saves lives at sea, Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) said that since Area 51 had a decent guard called US Military and Loch Ness is a public place, it seems like this event is less hazardous than ‘Storm Area 51’.
While RNLI made some jokes about the bizarre event, it also notified people that the lake is huge and can be dangerous! It’s over 22 square miles big, and its deepest point is 230 meters. You might also want to bring your board with you since the waves reach 4 meters! Floats will be needed too, for freshwater doesn’t help to float as saltwater does.
So as the Facebook event’s description says: ‘The time is now for us to find dat big boi’. But for the serious ones, please be careful!