Old records have been released reinforcing the speculation that the original Loch Ness Monster sightings in the 1930s were taken seriously. Image.
Loch Ness Monster
On this date, an important cryptozoological milestone occurred. Image.
Sexy star Vicki Michelle got a surprise recently at the Scottish lake. The crew’s boat was on its way to Urquhart Castle when a strange signal appeared on the sonar. Interestingly, various papers have quoted Loch Ness researcher Adrian Shine’s reaction differently. Actress photos. Sonar image.
Taken on April 19th and first published on April 21st, 1934, the famous or infamous photograph, depending on your point of view, celebrates a milestone. Images.
What do you see in the new image?
The hidden fact that gynecologist Kenneth Wilson was at Loch Ness with his mistress has as much to do with the “secretive” nature of these photos as does any spiteful fantasies that Christian Spurling dreamed up about them. Images.
For those that think the skeptical and dismissive approach to the Loch Ness Monster is only a part of the landscape of the last few years, take a look at this item.
What lessons can be learned? Image.
The “monster” turns out to be a snake, possibly between 15 and 20 feet long of a kind not previously known from the Pantano Marshes.