Tag: Loch Ness Monster

Latest purported photo of “Nessie” appears to be seals

The Sun (UK) tabloid is well known for paying for exclusive photographs to publish with sensational stories about celebrities, ghosts and monsters. The latest is a new photo of Loch Ness which, if really taken in the Loch, shows three playful seals near shore. Normally, we don’t link to tabloids like the Sun but this pic…

Proof Nessie is an eel? Not exactly, but not a bad guess.

The Scotsman newspaper regularly posts stories on its favorite lake monster just so she stays in people’s minds and brings tourists to the shores of Loch Ness. It’s unclear why this story of a video from 2007 is now making news again but it is, as are all Nessie claims, less than impressive and certainly…

Nessie: It’s big, it’s heavy, it’s wood

The local nature conservancy group has proposed that runoff into the Loch Ness may spark reports of the mythical monster because people mistake logs as the creature. Has the mystery of the ‘Log Ness Monster’ been solved? – Environment – The Independent. After an unprecedented 18 months without a “confirmed sighting”, several people have come forward in…

Dueling cruise companies on Loch Ness continue nonsense

The Highland News and subsequently the publisher of all woo, The Daily Mail, posted a new Nessie sonar capture. It turns out that was a mistake but even when fixed, it’s no better. “Nessie” sonar picture monster blunder | Highland News | News. Jacobite Cruises, via their public relations company Weber Shandwick, issued a press…

Loch Ness geological explanation resurfaces, is sunk

A not new, not news, story is making rounds as “news”, a geological explanation for the Loch Ness phenomena. Loch Ness Monster: It’s Scotland’s Fault | LiveScience. […]Italian geologist Luigi Piccardi credits the Great Glen fault system for reported sightings of the legendary beast, Scientific American reports. “There are various effects on the surface of…

Nessie caught on sonar [Debatable]

Latest Nessie Sonar Contact: Loch Ness Monster This story appeared in the Scottish edition of the Daily Mail for Thursday 15th September 2011. It looks like it did not make the UK website of the Mail, so it is reproduced here for those outside of Scotland. From Scotland print edition of The Daily Mail: There…