This week on The Gralien Report, a group of scientists is taking aim at Loch Ness, and seeking to conduct an extensive study at the purported home of one of the world’s most famous “mystery monsters”… but will we find evidence of the lake’s most curious inhabitant? Or, will the forthcoming study really only prove what many skeptics have long supposed: that there is no such thing as the Loch Ness Monster?

References to ancient Scottish residents who produced crude drawings of water monsters reminds Micah of a similar claim made over the years about the enigmatic art at Cosquer Cave, France, which depicts in one instance a sea monster-like drawing… did Nessie visit France in the ancient past? Micah has another idea about the cave artist’s intention.

Then after getting to a few listener emails, we turn our attention to the surprising news that Robert Kennedy Jr., son of the late brother of President John F. Kennedy who was assassinated in 1968 during his own budding presidential bid, has announced that he has questions about who killed his father. More specifically, after spending three hours talking with the convicted shooter, Sirhan Sirhan, Kennedy now says he is convinced that he is not the man who killed his father.

In fact, many close to Bobby Kennedy around the time of his death have questioned the official narrative, which differs sharply from the sorts of conspiracy theories that have surrounded JFK’s assassination over the years. Could it be that there is good reason for reopening the case, and examining what the evidence might show us half a century after the tragic incident?

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

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