The paradox of the prize, of course, is that despite its name, few cryptozoologists have received it.
The visitor was Marty Klein, the inventor of the side scan sonar used during the Loch Ness expeditions of the 1970s.
These two incidents occurred. Just a strange series of coincidences, to say the least. But that’s all they are. Right? Images.
Clark was 2008′s Tim Dinsdale Award-winner. Images.
That Guy mounts Loch Ness. Video.
Today is the King’s birthday, and reports of sightings turn up in the strangest places. Cartoon.
When the US scientists lowered their high tech cameras down 800 feet into Loch Ness, they were prepared for anything.
Today is a day for personal memories and future dreams. Image.