I live relatively close to Loch Ness and I can tell you that no one here actually believes in it except for the crazies that move here and spend all their free time trying to find it. On the other hand, it's well worth visiting the area if you're interested because it's a pretty nice part of the country.
I barely believe in Hizang; so, nope.
I believe in Hizang.
Until someone proves Hizang exists, I will remain skeptical.
The evidence is all there, why are you being so close minded!?!
For all I know, Hizang is just a prop of powerful commenters trying to manipulate people's unending devotion to him to their own ends. I won't deny the possibility that Hizang might be out there, but until I see tangible evidence that he is really Hizang, I won't be falling into any big conclusions.
I don't believe in the Loch Ness Monster, but I do believe that there are large in discovered animals that lie so deep in the ocean that none of our current craft can travel there. It's possible, I mean earlier this year they discovered an ecosystem located in "pockets" between underwater volcanoes. The ecosystem contained a few new species.
I don't believe that the Loch Ness Monster or Bigfoot exist.
I believe it's possible that they do.
Professionals said that coelacanths died out 65 million years ago before catching one, Captain James Cook was very confused when he first saw kangaroos, the existence of elephants doesn't interfere with the extinction of woolly mammoths, and a horse with a horn is impossible but a whale with a six-foot tooth is commonplace.
I don't believe in them, but the world has made fools of humanity before.
No, but I am terrified of empty pools and will not get in unless other people are already in.
If theres an empty pool you could see theres nothing in it.
No, I am the same. I hate being in the deep end of a swimming pool if its just me.
I see no reason to believe in it, there's no especially convincing evidence to begin with and I'm pretty sure they've done sonar sweeps of the loch before and found nothing. There was a guy who thought he found it on sonar a few months back, but experts say he almost certainly found a patch of algae. I'd like to hear how the Loch Ness Monster hunters think such a large creature has been able to hide in such a relatively small body of water for so long.