Legends of these ostensibly amphibious marine dragons date back to the middle ages and unsuspecting individuals have had terrifying encounters with a 30-foot long beast as recently as the 20th Century. (more…)
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It sometimes seems as if one couldn’t throw a rock in the spectacular Scottish Highlands without hitting a slippery, long necked, antediluvian monster upside the head — and Loch Quoich is no exception to that rule as locals insist that they have their very own nefarious, equine-headed monstrosity living in the depths of their local […]
The Daily Record has reported that after a more than two decade absence, Scotland’s second most famous Loch monster has made a comeback. Doug Christie, a recently retired oil industry engineer not given to flights of fancy, said he couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw a solid 20-foot black shape in the water. He […]
The Daily Star has reported that David Elder has sparked a frenzy of excitement with his five-minute video footage of the mysterious wave. (more…)
I09 has published a list of what they believe are the weirdest theories as to what the world renowned Scottish lake cryptid Nessie actually is.
Lair of the Beasts has reported that declassified documents show the UK government had a profound interest in the Loch Ness Monster.
The Daily Mail and MSN have reported that a mysterious living object has been captured in a Google Earth image which was taken in waters off Liverpool, England.
Scotland’s STV News has reported that the legend of Nessie is alive and well after a mysterious “monstrous” shape was caught on camera.
The existence of this “Nessie” like creature was allegedly first reported on a Soviet radio program in 1977.
This bizarre tree dwelling, porpoise-like creature was said to have terrified villagers who treaded too close to the rural English churchyard where it made its home.
LD NEws has reported that a grandmother on holiday with her family has claimed to have seen a monster in British Columbia’s Lake Ootsa.
Alibi has published a story about artist and Nessie investigator, Steve Feltham — the world’s only full-time Loch Ness monster researcher — who has lived in a modest shack on the shores of Loch Ness since 1991.
The Daily Mail Online and the Telegraph UK have reported that 72 years ago the idea of the Loch Ness Monster was so beguiling that government ministers considered setting a trap and a leading policeman appealed for Whitehall help to protect the creature from blood crazed monster hunters.
Mania has reported that in 2005 the UK government released what were previously concealed files regarding their plans for the discovery and protection of the world’s most renowned LAKE MONSTER — the LOCH NESS MONSTER. (more…)