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BEHOLD #285 – Nessie, the Pom Ness Monster

Nessie is from the Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands and she became world famous in 1933 when George Spicer took a photo of her that was published in The Courier. (A loch is a body of water almost completely surrounded by land). She was first spotted in St. Columbus in the year 565. A man was being buried in the River Ness when the man in charge of this grim task was attacked by a “water beast.” A man named Columba went to rescue the man doing the burial, and when Columba encountered the beast he made the sign of the Vulcan – and the beast retreated. Nessie has been spotted dozens of times since then, and there are various theories about her nature – is she an eel? An elepom? A dragon? A pomosaur, most specifically a plesiosaur? A water kelpie? A water horse? Seismic gas? Whatever she is, she is an enigma wrapped in a mystery. She is a fantastic model with an excellent publicist and… she is afraid of Vulcans, which is another legend altogether. 

Behold #286 – Crystalle, the Pomdelier


It is said that Pomdeliers are marvels of drop–dead showiness, the jewelry of architecture. Sparkle, Lady, Sparkle!



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