loch ness monster

"One of the crown jewels of Scottish fossils."
In this age of selfies, it's tough to be the Loch Ness Monster. Show yourself to a few tourists, and they never get a good shot. Fortunately, someone did finally snap a picture of the elusive creature, it just happens to be a stunt double from the movies.
Sherlock Holmes' private life can help explain this mystery.
“We had a good look at the footage but it isn’t clear enough to make out what we are looking at.”
Look into my eyes. Craig Mackay, a hypnotist, has brilliant, beautiful blue ones, but you'll never hear him utter this command.
"Two weeks ago, I got a sonar image of what looked like a long object with a hump lying at the bottom. It wasn’t there when I scanned the loch bed later."
The Edinburgh Castle is a gorgeous location to watch the sun set in Scotland because you are at one of the highest points in the city. Overlooking the castle walls is one of the most unique spots to get an unobstructed view of the sun setting over the horizon.
The world's most dedicated Loch Ness monster hunter has scotched reports that he has finally given up looking for the legendary
After nearly quarter century camping out by the banks of Scotland's Loch Ness hoping to glimpse "Nessie", the most dedicated
Google Maps has been known to hide cheeky easter eggs in its app. Previously, it’s told travelers to swim across the Atlantic
Sara Gruen author of the new release, AT THE WATER'S EDGE, shared some insight into her writing process and what lead her to set her latest novel at the edge of Scotland's Loch Ness during World War II.