Could blue ice contain the answer to mysterious Loch Ness object?
I’ve been waiting to see if there was any follow-up to the story of something ‘blue’ falling from the sky into Loch Ness. However, unless I was looking in the wrong direction (possible at the moment as my computers are giving me a hard time) there hasn’t been any sign of an obvious story so far.
Mention in the story of a blue object falling from the sky into the loch suggest one likely candidate… blue ice.
When it fall from the sky, it’s probably something that describes a lot of tales that are told around Loch Ness – in some people’s eyes at least – as it could be the frozen result of a leak from a commercial aircraft’s lavatory waste tanks, comprising a mixture of human waste and blue liquid disinfectant which freezes at high altitude, and then breaks loose from the aircraft and falls to Earth.
It is, of course, illegal for the operator to discharge such blue material from the aircraft when in flight, but it can happen if there is a leak.
It would melt and vanish if it landed in the water… and it would appear that nothing was ever found after the initial sighting and report.
Then again, maybe someone got careless when dropping food pellets for Nessie, and almost gave the game away.
The emergency services undertook a night-time search of Loch Ness after reports a balloon-like object had fallen from the sky.
The police, coastguard, lifeboat and an RAF search and rescue helicopter scoured the area but found nothing.
The alarm was raised at 20:00 on Saturday after members of the public said they saw a blue object fall on the south of the Loch, near Dores.
Police thought it might have been a hang glider or microlight.
However, following a three-hour search the emergency services could find “nothing untoward”.
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