Reports of mysterious shapes and movements inside a lake in the middle of a golf course in Queensland sparked rumors about an Australian Nessie.
Veteran Loch Ness monster hunter Eoin O’Faodhagain reported another sighting of the legendary creature in its native loch in the highlands of Scotland.
Veteran Loch Ness Monster hunter Steve Feltham believes Nessie is a gigantic wels catfish sport fishing enthusiast introduced in the 1800s.
A tourist from Box, Wiltshire, claimed he was traveling by bus from Drumnadrochit when he allegedly sighted the Loch Ness Monster. Nessie was the size of a “double-decker bus,” he claimed.
Official documents reportedly suggest that a man found the carcass of the Loch Ness monster in Scotland in 1942. He incinerated and buried it at a spot now the site of an elementary school.
A woman walking on her property in Lamar County, Texas, stumbled upon the fossil remains of two dinosaur species. Experts confirmed that one was a “large marine reptile similar to the Loch Ness Monster.”
Two Nessie enthusiasts reported sighting the legendary Loch Ness Monster. They saw “three odd shapes” in the lake southwest of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands.
A Loch Ness Monster hunter claims to have sighted a strange creature emerging from the lake in the Scottish highlands. He believes the 2-foot-long beast could be a baby Nessie.
Explorers allegedly found a hidden network of underground caves that could be Loch Ness Monster’s underground lair. The cave is reportedly part of a system of interlinked caverns running underground and reaching deep beneath the monster’s deep freshwater residence.
Two new videos that are reportedly of the Loch Ness monster have surfaced, within weeks of a scientific study that is scheduled to take place at the Loch to determine if scientists can gain any sort of DNA evidence to prove that the beast resides there. Scientists are set to do environmental DNA analysis (eDNA) … Read more