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Robert Rines | Meeting the minds

Loch Ness monster quest nears end

By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / February 11, 2008

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In 1972, Robert Rines was at a tea party at a home overlooking Loch Ness in Scotland when his host, Scottish air force officer Basil Cary, saw something moving in the water below. Everyone rushed to the porch and, for a few fleeting minutes, watched what appeared to be a large hump with the texture of an elephant move back ... (Full article: 1140 words)

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