Police Investigating Numerous Reports Of A Mysterious ‘Lake Monster’ In Mexico

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Police in Atizapan de Zaragoza, Mexico are on the hunt for a Loch Ness-type lake monster believed to be living in a reservoir near a large dam.

Tales of the lake monster drew serious interest from authorities after a picture was published on the website of the Atizapan town hall this past Sunday, March 19.

Mirror reports…

Civic leaders and police have been swamped by reported sightings, with a photograph said to show the monster making the rounds on social media after being posted to the local town hall website.

The photograph shows what seems to be a dark body which could be a fin or a curved back emerging from the waters of the Madin Dam Basin.

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The reports have been taken seriously enough for officials in the city of Atizapan de Zaragoza to order police to patrol the lake, looking for signs of the lake monster.

“This fact adds to comments from residents of Atizapan, who assure that a dinosaur lives at the bottom of the dam, which protects the place,” the Atizapan Town Hall said in a statement.

“At the request of the citizens, the government of Atizapan de Zaragoza will carry out patrols around the place to clear up the mystery.”

Some residents of Atizapan de Zaragoza believe the lake monster, much like the Loch Ness monster, could be some sort of surviving dinosaur which has developed over the years in isolation.

“Neighbors from the area surrounding the #Madín Dam reported the sighting of a large silhouette in the depths of the aquatic body,” the local government wrote in a Facebook post this week. “This fact is added to comments from #atizapenses who assure that at the bottom of the dam lives a dinosaur dedicated to protecting the place.”

In July of 2022, British scientists claimed that the existence of the Loch Ness Monster is “plausible” thanks to a fossil discovery.

“On one level, it’s plausible,” the scientists wrote in a press release. “Plesiosaurs weren’t confined to the seas, they did inhabit freshwater. But the fossil record also suggests that after almost a hundred and fifty million years, the last plesiosaurs finally died out at the same time as the dinosaurs, 66 million years ago.”

Or did they??? This is the second time this year a lake monster similar to the one in Loch Ness has been spotted far away from the Scottish highlands.

Could another one have survived in the reservoir near the Madin Dam in Mexico? Or is it just the location of another portal to a parallel universe where these lake monsters actually reside?

We may never know.

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