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    Eliot Ness

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    Who was Eliot Ness? Nearly anyone knows Ness’ accomplishments in Cleveland when he went up against Al Capone. Most also know Capone eventually went to jail for tax evasion, but what happened to Ness and his Untouchables? Did they merely fade away into quiet life? The fate of Ness was quite the opposite, he continued doing what he fell in love with. Taking down corruption on any level. He carried on his war on the mob for an entire decade after Capone, staging daring raids on bootleggers, illegal

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    The Loch Ness monster

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    The Loch Ness monster Many times we have been in a dilemma whether to believe or not someone who tries to persuade us for something and very often by listening his arguments and by having enough evidence we finally manage to get out of the dilemma. Nevertheless sometimes we cannot be sure about an event because although there is enough evidence, our minds cannot be persuaded. An example to justify that is the existence of the Loch Ness monster, or as it is widely known “Nessie”. Nessie’s story

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    The Loch Ness monster is a cryptid – a creature whose existence has been suggested but is not recognized by scientific concepts (“Loch”). The creature is an animal or a group of animals and most records of the creature’s appearances including verifiable accounts indicating an animal taking after or resembling the long wiped out plesiosaur (“Loch”). Although many people have theories about Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, almost all evidence shows that “Nessie” has been mistaken for various creatures

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    Almost 1,500 years have passed since the legend of the Loch Ness Monster arose in Scotland. The Loch Ness Monster is an alleged creature that has been said to live in Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. The Loch Ness Monster legend originated in the first century A.D. when Romans came to northern Scotland. The Scottish Highlands were home to fierce, tattoo-covered tribes called the Picts. The Picts found animals to be very fascinating, and they treated animals with great respect and belief. They

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    The Mysterious Myth of The Loch Ness Monster

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    waters of Lake Loch in Scotland. There have been more than 1,000 sightings of a creature known as the Loch Ness Monster (Radford). This mysterious cryptid has been sighted countless times, however it has not once been caught or seen up close; this is the reason why it is believed to be a myth. From several videos, pictures, and interviews it is true that Nessie, a nickname given to the Loch Ness Monster, is real and lives in Lake Loch in Scotland; this mysterious creature has been seen countless times

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    In 1852, a group of villagers charged with pitchforks to battle a ‘’sea serpent,’’ however when they got there it turned out to be a horse taking a bath ("Why the Loch Ness Monster Probably Doesn't Exist."). The Loch Ness monster is a mythical reptilian creature that is thought to live in the Loch Ness which is a lake in Scotland. People believe it is real because, there have been many odd things in the Loch such as loud splashing and animals disappearing and people claim to see a monster-like creature

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    The Loch Ness Monster is a creature that has caught the attention of hundreds if not thousands of people across the globe, and it lives in one of the worlds most mysterious places. In the Scottish Highlands lies a lake where a famous monster is said to have lived for hundreds of years. The Loch Ness Monster is not a creature that can simply be proved a hoax as there is so much historic and scientific evidence that backs up the beast’s existence. The Loch Ness Monster is still, after a hundred years

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    The sandy shore of the dark, mysterious Loch Ness is surrounded by large rolling hills of green. The day is coming to an end, the sun is starting to slip behind the tall trees and in the fading light, and an enormous, slick body ascends from the murky water. A long neck is briefly visible through the mist; it slips back into the depths only seconds after it appeared. There is a major controversy on the identity of the beast lurking in the Loch Ness in Scotland. There are many hypotheses on the topic

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    For my research paper, I’m going to research the Loch Ness monster, specifically the origins of the legends and the impact they’ve made. I’ll tie in other legends from around the world, including the Mokèlé-mbèmbé of Africa, and Utah’s very own Bear Lake monster. I might also mention the world’s fascination with supernatural things if it doesn’t stray too far from my topic. It’s very interesting to think about where the legends came from and why people believe them. I also wonder if there is some

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    Al Capone

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    for themselves; one such man was Alphonse Capone. However, honest men such as Elliot Ness fought adamantly to defend their morals, beliefs, and the law of the land. Nevertheless, Capone was a man who took advantage of his time and lived the life of the American Dream: going from rags to riches. However, it was this very same opulence that caused his downfall and incarceration. The tireless efforts of Elliot Ness eventually paid off when On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution

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