Thanks to Friday's release of Monsters University, we've got monsters on the brain--not the cute, cuddly Pixar kind, though, more of the classic variety. We'll be playing WBD with Big Foot, the Loch Ness Monster and a Mummy. Not to spoil...Show More Summary
The Loch Ness monster has sparked a fight among Scottish tourism officials about whether the legendary paleolithic monster is real or just a legend. The business community in Highlands is reportedly split over how to market the monster to tourists. It has become so divided that George Edwards, the owner of Loch Ness Cruises, sent [...]Show More Summary
The Loch Ness monster may not be real, but that won't stop area business owners from arguing about it.
"Take a look at some ancient maps of Scotland and you may notice a strange phrase inscribed beside Loch Lomond..."
Known hoaxer George Edwards apparently believes so. Edwards is the long time owner and operator of Loch Ness Cruises, and skipper of the tourist boat Nessie Hunter. He is also infamous for having made a side career out of faking photographic evidence to sell to gullible tourists, and inventing the non-existent geological feature Edwards Deep, [...]
If you think shows about fishing are boring and have nothing to do with cryptozoology, well, you would be Animal Planet has kept audiences on the edge of their seats as they journey with Jeremy Wade into mysterious places in search of fresh water nightmares on River Monsters. sorely mistaken. Show More Summary
British stop-motion duo Wallace & Gromit have had many adventures, so we weren’t surprised when they recently managed to get their picture taken with the legendary Loch Ness Monster. According to Scotsman.com, the very pricey (four million...Show More Summary
image credit A cryptid is a creature or plant whose existence has been suggested but is not yet recognized by scientific consensus. Well known examples include the Yeti in the Himalayas, the Loch Ness Monster in Scotland, and Sasquatch...Show More Summary
One of the questions that I often get asked when it comes to the matter of Cryptozoology goes something broadly like this: “If Bigfoot, the Abominable Snowman, the Loch Ness Monster, and all the rest, are real, then why can’t we ever catch, or find, just one example...
Here's the perfect bait to catch the elusive Loch Ness monster. Behold the Lox-Ness Monster (Nessie can't possibly resist!), made by Sandwich Monsters. 'Tis but one of 17 fantastic photos of wonderful sandwich creations you can gawk at over at Instagram: Link or checkout the gallery over at Walyou
It was just over one year ago that we shared the news that THE WOMAN IN BLACK director James Watkins was teaming with Simon Duric to pen a thriller about ol' Nessie, a.k.a. the Loch Ness Monster, titled THE LOCH for Altitude Entertainment, with Duric set to make his feature directorial debut. Show More Summary
The legendary Loch Ness Monster might have turned 80 this week, but one overly cautious cruise company isn’t convinced that she’s any less of a threat. While “Nessie” hasn’t reportedly harmed a soul—or ship—to date (or actually been proved to exist, for that matter), Scottish cruise line Jacobite Cruises isn’t taking any chances.
Loch Ness investigator Gordon Holmes is marking ten years of amateur research with an exhibition about the legendary monster – and has no intention of giving up searching.
From the Loch Ness Monster to the latest urban legend, some myths persist even when people ought to know they aren’t true. These falsehoods can be fun, unless they are about money — in which case they can do a great deal of harm. Here are four financial “facts” you should always take with a [...]
"...It was off to Loch Ness once more on the 12th April on what is becoming a regular Easter trip to the abode of the Loch Ness Monster..."
From the Loch Ness monster to the latest urban legend, some myths persist even when people ought to know they aren't true. These falsehoods can...
Categories: musings, paranormal, Skepticism Tags: doubt, has, hoare, internet, killed, loch, loch ness, monster, mystery, ness, philip, the I’ve just read a really interesting opinion piece on The Guardian website by Philip Hoare that questions if the internet has killed the Loch Ness Monster. I can somewhat identify with Hoare’s feelings that the … Read More... (Read more...)
Jacobite Cruises is now insured against damage, however unlikely, from "Nessie."
As I’ve said before, I am not a fan of the loch ness monster, however, the following video was over the top high strangeness! This all happened to a group of people shooting a film in...
This might be the time and place to mention one possible explanation for the irreconcilable differences between what Tim Dinsdale was certain he saw on April 23, 1960, and what he filmed. I don’t know if anyone else has ever ventured this, but here’s a go at it. That the film shows a power boat [...]