Friday, August 30, 2019

CHAMP: Lake Champlain's mythical monster is either a gentle giant or a silly hoax

Like the Loch Ness Monster, its more famous Scottish counterpart, Champ is a legendary creature that's said to live in the waters of Lake Champlain.

LOCH NESS: Still waiting

But the professor teased: “There have been over a thousand reported sightings of something in Loch Ness, which have driven this notion of a monster ...

Monday, August 26, 2019


COLUMN: Of course 'Champy' is real; I've seen his cousin in Loch Ness. Ken Tingley ... It was the Loch Ness Monster. How did we know? ×. You have ...

CHAMP: Sonar image could provide proof of Lake Champlain monster

... a step in confirming the existence of Champ, the legendary Lake Champlain water monster that has been called America's Loch Ness monster.

LOCH NESS: D Day approaches

September 5th will be "D-Day": scientists analyze 500 billion DNA structures and reveal the whole ...
Home / World / September 5th will be "D-Day": scientists analyze 500 billion DNA structures and reveal the whole truth about the Loch Ness monster ...


The Man Who Filmed Nessie: Tim Dinsdale and the Enigma of Loch Ness
The story of the Loch Ness Monster is not a zoological one, no matter how desperately those who support the alleged existence of the monster wish it ...

Mysterious sea creature spotted on beach draws 'Alien' comparison: 'Fascinating!' (Via Richard Muirhead)

A woman taking an evening stroll on a beach in the United Kingdom came across a mysterious pale-blue creature she would later learn was a so-called “buoy barnacle,” an unusual and reportedly rarely-seen crustacean.

Fleur Bament told the UK-based news outlet SWNS she took a walk along Saunton Sands, a beach near Devon County in southwest England, on Saturday with her son and her son’s girlfriend. During their stroll, she noticed the strange-looking creature but wasn’t sure what it was. Dumbfounded, she took to a public Facebook group in the hopes someone could help her identify it.

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.


AUSTRALIA: Hawkesbury river monster

We've all heard of Scotland's Loch Ness Monster, or as it is more affectionately known, “Nessie”. The huge water-dwelling beast is probably Scotland's ...

LOCH NESS: Loch Ness Monster Spotter Gary Campbell

Loch Ness Monster Spotter Gary Campbell
There's something in the water. What it is no one can be sure, but there is definitely something in the water. The fascination with the mythical Loch ..

LOCH NESS: Man spots Loch Ness monster from Hong Kong

Loch Ness Monster spotted for 14th time this year by eagle-eyed Hong Kong resident
Michael Yuen was amazed to see a large, dark object swimming in a straight line across Urquhart Bay. A long-distance Nessie fan claims to have ...

A man says he spotted the Loch Ness monster while watching a live stream from Hong Kong. Michael Yuen was suprised when he spied the ...

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

LOCH NESS: 25ft Sonar Image

Loch Ness skipper captures sonar image of huge 25ft creature deep below
This is this year's eight formal Loch Ness Monster sighting reported on the official sighting page of the Loch Ness Monster. “My dad is the more ...

Monday, August 5, 2019


‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us’ is a Facebook event, which at the time of writing (the end of July) is planned for September 20th, when large numbers of people claim they are going to storm the notorious Area 51 airforce base in Nevada to search for evidence of extra-terrestrial life, which many people believe is being held there by shadowy forces within the US Government. 
The event was created by someone called Matty Roberts, who has claimed, publically, that it is a joke that got out of hand. Nearly two million people have claimed that they are going, and a spokeswoman for the US Airforce has made a public statement discouraging people from attempting to enter military property. I highly doubt whether they will actually carry this ‘invasion’ out, but if they were to do so, there is at least a little skewed logic behind it: if enough people were to storm the airforce base (and here, I would like to stress, that I think it is fiction as well) then the base might give up some of its secrets. And now, inspired by this nonsense, a bunch more people are planning to ‘storm’ Loch Ness, which is a project with far less of a logical motive. 
Whether there is a Loch Ness monster or not remains a matter of debate by the general public and the media, but, if there is such a thing (and if there is, it is almost certainly a large fish), the only way that its existence could be determined is scientifically. And a bunch of overexcited social media users rampaging around the Great Glen may do wonders for the local tourist industry, but is highly unlikely to actually achieve anything else. Sorry guys.

LOCH NESS: monster expert says hunters' mass raid will scare off beast

Loch Ness monster expert says hunters' mass raid will scare off beast - Daily Star
They plan to travel to the Highlands after a “Storm Loch Ness” event went viral on the internet. It comes hot on the heels of a plan to raid the …