Wednesday, August 21, 2019

CAPE COD SEA MONSTER

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.” ...

MOHA MOHA

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: Bunyips

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.

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