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 […]
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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…)
ABC News has reported that a Scottish sailor claims to have best picture yet of Loch Ness Monster. The legend of the LOCH NESS MONSTER or “Nessie” (which she has lovingly been dubbed) began in the 6th Century and continues to this day. The beast is undoubtedly the most famous LAKE MONSTER ever reported […]
The Daily Mail has reported that a photograph that shows a dark hump and, possibly, the tip of a nose poking through the surface of Loch Ness has been shot by a life-long Nessie hunter.
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.
The Inverness Courier has reported that cafe owner Jan Hargreaves and her husband Simon believe they caught a glimpse of Loch Ness’s most elusive resident — Nessie.
One unfortunate fisherman had a terrifying encounter with this bizarre beast while pike fishing on Loch Lochy in 1996… and another fellow claims that he discovered the skeleton that proves the creature is real.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Highlands another beastie rears its ugly head… and this one is said to be a notorious child killer.
Lair of the Beasts has reported that declassified documents show the UK government had a profound interest in the Loch Ness Monster.
Scotland’s STV News has reported that the legend of Nessie is alive and well after a mysterious “monstrous” shape was caught on camera.
These gigantic, carnivorous invertebrates, thrived in the low-lying coastal swamps of ancient America and have been associated with everything from European Dragons to the infamous Loch Ness Monster.
The Advocate has published a report on a “Nessie” type creature that allegedly lurks in the depths of the Hawkesbury River, one of the major rivers of the coastal region of New South Wales, Australia
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.
In summer of 1950, off the coast of Cliftonville, a tourist had a run in with a bizarre sea beast that would haunt him for the rest of his days.
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.