Thursday, September 26, 2019


19 hours ago - THE Loch Ness Monster has apparently been caught on camera again, making it the 16th sighting of the year.
23 hours ago - Loch Ness 'monster' caught on camera TWICE in two weeks in record breaking year of sightings. The latest clips bring the total number of Nessie sightings so for ...
19 hours ago - A pair of Loch Ness Monster sightings in the last fortnight bring the total so far for 2019 to 16. Both recent clips show Nessie swimming in Urquhart Bay and were ...

Monday, September 23, 2019


“To him, it wasn't necessarily the Loch Ness monster being real that was so important but the idea that it was possible, that's the magic.
Man who has watched Loch Ness for a sighting of the monster for 25...
Now Steve Feltham is featuring on the screen with the release of an advert this week by a director from Alien director Ridley Scott's company. Among ...

LOCH NESS: After boffins finally find the 'real' Nessie, here's everything you need to know about the legendary ...

Yesterday The Sun revealed how experts believe a huge shape videoed in the murky depths of Loch Ness could be the fabled monster. The mythical ...

LOCH NESS: Prof. Gemmell vs the Tabloids

Scientists from New Zealand backtracked on their explanation after revealing that 125million DNA findings analysed from Loch Ness had failed to be ...

Wednesday, September 18, 2019


A Scottish Monster That Isn't Nessie
If you thought that the Loch Ness Monsters are the only strange creatures that have been reported in Scotland, you would be wrong. Today, our world ...


Giant jellyfish that look like oozing, bloody blobs of goo are washing ashore in Maine more frequently this year. Officially called lion's mane jellyfish but sometimes referred to as red jellyfish, their tentacles can reach a length of 100 feet, according to the National Science Foundation. They are the largest known jellyfish on the planet. Beachgoers are reporting more of the lion's mane jellies this year than they have since Nicholas Record, a senior research scientist at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in East Boothbay, Maine, started tracking jellyfish sightings in 2014. His jellyfish reporter website allows beachgoers and boaters to submit information and photos on jellyfish they've spotted.


It's big, long, black and was spotted slithering through the waters of China's Yangtze River near the massive Three Gorges Dam. But it doesn't appear ...

Monday, September 16, 2019


David Attenborough insists Loch Ness monster mystery is all a hoax
Scots author Rick Wilson has a note from the legendary BBC documentary maker giving his verdict about Nessie. The debate over the existence of the ..


Snake-Like 'River Monster' Spotted in China Electrifies Internet ... that the country could have a mysterious beast to rival the Loch Ness Monster.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Friday, September 6, 2019


Prof Neil Gemmell speaks to media at Drumnadrochit after spending a year analysing DNA samples from the infamous Scottish lake. Source: 1 NEWS ...


... Bridge over the Waits River was not due to the "displacement of or intrusion on a 'Sasquatch' or Bigfoot, either a single creature or several.".

Thursday, September 5, 2019

THAT Loch Ness announcement

Well, so the research team headed by renowned New Zealand scientist Prof. Neil Gemmell has finally published their findings. They have been teasing the media and the general public for months saying that their sampling of water from the lake, and the subsequent testing for DNA have produced the most accurate report yet of the fauna of loch Ness. They then said that whilst they have disproved most of the theories behind the Loch Ness monster, one theory remains plausible.

Of course newspapers around the world have taken that to mean that they have proved the existence of the Loch Ness monster. Well, they haven’t. What they have done is disprove several of the theories, although two of those aforementioned theories were totally ludicrous in the first place. Therefore, the news that there are no giant sharks or prehistoric reptiles living in Loch Ness is about as impressive as my announcement today that there are no giraffes living in my garden. The announcement that they found no DNA from European catfish or from Sturgeon is far more interesting, because both of those were quite plausible candidates for the identity of the Loch Ness monster.

The announcement that there are eels living in Loch Ness is no surprise to anyone. They have been living there, and everyone has known that they were living there for a long long time. Therefore, my and Richard’s theory that the Loch Ness monster, if it exists, has to be a giant eel,  comes as no surprise, especially to Me and Richard. Although, some quite impressive footage of what does appear to be a giant eel surfaced this week from the webcam of the Ness District Salmon Fisheries Board, and apart from the synchronicity of this turning up within days of Professor Gemmell’s announcement, this does lend weight to the giant eel theory.

Jon Downes