SOURCE: Tsunami Books

June 29, 2005 10:51 ET

Loch Ness Monster's Tooth Found??

Experts Are Closing in on Obtaining the First-Ever DNA Evidence That Proves a Large Creature Inhabits Scotland's Most Famous Lake!

LOCH NESS, SCOTLAND -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 29, 2005 -- B-ROLL FEEDS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2:30 - 2:45 PM ET

Recently, two college students visited the U.K. and took a boat tour of Loch Ness. During their tour they came across the remains of a dead deer that had literally been ripped in half. Upon looking closer at the deer they discovered teeth marks and a bizarre bony protrusion sticking out of an exposed rib. It was a tooth -- about 4 inches long, barbed and very sharp!

When the Highland authorities were alerted, they quickly confiscated the tooth. Now with the help of The Loch author Steve Alten and a $100,000 reward, the students are looking to get the tooth back and prove the existence of the Loch Ness Monster.

This is the first time the footage will be made available for national broadcast.

For more information and photos, visit www.lochnesstooth.com

This produced News Package includes SOUNDBITES with Loch Ness expert, Steve Alten (author of The Loch). FOOTAGE featuring a 4-inch shed tooth, found in a deer carcass in Loch Ness by two American students and a local. Experts agree the footage is real and the predator was 50-60 feet long! First scientific explanation that reveals the species, how it came to be trapped in Loch Ness, and why the Highlander Council is covering up the evidence. Details about a $100,000 bounty!

VIA SATELLITE, C-BAND FEED:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2:30 - 2:45 PM ET IA 6, Tr. 16, DL 4020H

Technical Info DURING FEED ONLY, NBN TOC, 212-684-8910 X 221

VIA PATHFIRE: Story # NBN 23940

On the left panel of Pathfire, double click on News Broadcast Network, Story # NBN 23940.

This story will be available after 5 PM ET on Wednesday, June 29.

FREE FROM NEWS BROADCAST NETWORK, 212-684-8910
Hard Copy Requests: Dan Schwartzberg 800-920-6397, ext. 320, or
dschwartzberg@newsbroadcastnetwork.com
Editorial Contact:  Steve Alten, 561-798-0844

Contact Information

  • Hard Copy Requests:
    Dan Schwartzberg
    800-920-6397, ext. 320
    Email Contact

    Editorial Contact:
    Steve Alten
    561-798-0844