Legendary rock journalist, Randy “Rocket” Cody, has posted a shocking new report on the monster of Loch Ness and its connection to iconic hard rock act, LED ZEPPELIN.
Rocket comments: In all of my historic 14 year career writing at the top level in rock n roll music, I just want to say that this article is one of my definite masterpieces, so I hope to deliver an overall totally out of this world 3 part dissertation on Loch Ness that is going to flip the game upside down once and for all. I don’t care who I piss off. I am here to do one thing and one thing only, and that is to tell the truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me GOD!
Check out a few excerpts from the article:
In my most recent reporting, I have covered a variety of different mythical undead beasts and sightings of ‘out of this world’ creatures/demonic ET entities like Bigfoot, the Jinn, El Coco, Vril, etc.. but now I want to turn my attention to the mother of all scary myths.
Once upon a time there lived a legendary cryptid creature who at times over the years has been spotted coming out of the water in the Scottish Highlands, and got affectionately nicknamed “Nessie,” which is short for “The Loch Ness Monster.”
To some she is believed to be some kind of aquatic prehistoric dinosaur that somehow got lost in the extinction shuffle… and is still alive and splashing today.
For many years since the original “Surgeon’s” iconic Nessie ‘peeking her head out of the water” photograph appeared in the Daily Mail newspaper back in 1934, the Loch Ness Monster has been called a hoax by the mainstream media. Other photos certainly capture the imagination when trying to determine if Nessie is real or not.
Read more HERE.
Report: Aleister Crowley, LED ZEPPELIN & The Loch Ness Monster 😱https://t.co/kKrRLRhBrQ @TheMetalDen @ImperatorTruth @EndOfCentury @UrMidnight @ledzeppelin @LedZepNews @ledzepconcert @TMZ @DRUDGE_REPORT #StairwayToHell pic.twitter.com/ZX1QrfLvNC— Randy Rocket Cody (@rocketmetalden) April 19, 2019