Asked and answered, several times
I think you need to stop asking this question. You're going to get the same answers, no matter how many times you post it. No one is going to say that dragons are real unless they're coo coo for cocoa puffs.
Okay. Here's the deal. Many people can say that they see this or that but if this guy actually saw a f*cking dragon, do you not think that that f*cking dragon would be seen by more than one person? By the way, a sea serpent isn't a dragon, it's a sea serpent and this sea serpent wouldn't exist at all. What you see in pictures are nothing but logs mistaken for lochness, hundreds of people have searched that lake over and over again ( if you're talking about lochness lake ) and there is nothing there. Nothing. They could've been taken by a freaking giant squid for all we know.
If you're not willing to listen to me, don't ask me for my opinion.
Then have a drink by all means ROFLMAO
People who are traumatized severely can recreate events to how they actually took place. To avoid dealing with reality of what really took place.<br />
In reality no one really know what happened properly never will.
No i have dealt with people traumatized from watching someone they knew drown and they still were affected by it 10 years later. Its the guilt of not being able to help them that affects them worse. They feel responsible.
Maybe he feels he could have saved them and he did not, so he made up the story about the sea monster, many movies and then there was the story of the lochness sea monster. Have you ever heard the mind can move mountains if you truly believe that is what happened even if it was untrue, he will come to see that as truth, in his mind it rids it of the anxiety and guilty he was feeling deep down.
Why are you so obsessed with this topic? This is your THIRD PROFILE asking the same question over and over no matter how many times it is removed. If you are not hiding something, why keep changing accounts?<br />
False memories is the closest to sensible you've come. Yes, it's possible as the accounts you've given are clearly false. How could a boy be eaten and then have his body wash up? Even if killed by a shark some mention of physical trauma would be cause of death. Now you say the other 2 boys are imaginary for all provable means. Think about it and give it a rest.
Even you doubt this is true or the question wouldn't be worded the way it is. You explain this: how can some kid be eaten by a sea monster (even a shark) and then wash up on a beach later? And what proof do you offer there even were 2 others? YOU said there is no record of them!
Why do you think that people make existing trends every year? If mythical creatures existed, we would be seeing them more often than just one or two people. And honestly, if he turned to drugs and alcohol, who's to say that he wasn't doing drugs while this all happened?