Wednesday, August 21, 2019


A really big sea serpent — about 300 yards long, he said. Davis posted his photo Aug. 4, and rather dryly added that he “found a sea serpent today.” ...


His words were the first recorded evidence of a creature that would become known as the Moha Moha - Hervey Bay's answer to the Lochness Monster ...

LOCH NESS: hellhound on my trail

The Black Shuck, Hellhounds, and Crowley's Loch Ness Monster
Ever wanted to know how to summon a hellhound? How about conjure a monster the likes of which may haunt the waters of Loch Ness? On this ...

LOCH NESS: So what is the answer going to be?

Friday, August 16, 2019

LOCH NESS: A Word on Paul Harrison

A Word on Paul Harrison
As readers may know, Paul Harrison is a well known author on matters pertaining to the Loch Ness Monster. Most enthusiasts for the subject will have ...

Wednesday, August 14, 2019


Australia has some thoroughly cooked creatures dwelling in its waters. For example, platypi (yes, platypi) are really quite not OK. Sure, they’re sort of cute – although I saw one IRL and they are fundamentally less cute up close. But the bill? The weird fur but also they’re basically a tiny duck? I hate it. We also have some thoroughly cooked “mythical” (read: absolutely real) creatures. Like the bunyip.