i had an experience at LochNess in 2006. I chose not to go public with it for fear of ridicule.
This account is a pseudonym.
There was one other witness and she took a photo. The experience was unpleasant (not bad, but definitely strange and we knew no one would believe it) so we put the...
...become very interested in the Rev. Dr Donald Omand, C of E vicar, psychic and Circus Padre extraordinaire who performed the exorcism of LochNess. After a quick search I discovered that Omand published a book entitled Experiences of Present Day Exorcist (Kimber, 1970) and there was a book...
Is it Nessie, a UFO, or something else?
LochNess search for mysterious balloon-like object
The emergency services undertook a night-time search of LochNess after reports a balloon-like object had fallen from the sky.
The police, coastguard, lifeboat and an RAF search and rescue...
... other than St. Columba!
Do we have any references to the monster between St. Columba and the 20th century?
I was just reading Samuel Johnson's account of his journey through Scotland in the 1700's, in which he describes "Lough Ness" in detail. Makes no mention of a monster though...
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainmen ... 156070.stm
There's nothing about this on Channel 5's horrendous website, and it probably won't be as entertaining as the Incident at LochNess film, but might be worth tuning in for. Seems a bit pointless, though.
Check this out
A Boat sinks on LochNess under mysterious circumstances
Two scientists missing feared drowned
Both work on the Walter Hertzog film Enigima of LochNess
Could Nessie sink the boat see the video that may prove some unknown creature in the Loch
All at this site...
This impress me much more than David Blaine. And it is for good cause. What a great guy! I hope he has friendly encounter with Nessie and stays safe!
Not about Nessie, but this could be a problem for monster hunters:
Language barrier in LochNess
They describe the local accent as 'coarse', but many others might feel that a Black Country accent is not exactly mellifluous! :D
Mussolini vs. the LochNess monster
Is it true that during World War II, Benito Mussolini boasted that his planes had killed the LochNess monster?
When I read this in one of Jonathan Gash's 'Lovejoy' novels, I thought it was a joke, but Peter Costello's In Search of Lake Monsters also makes...
...the near future.
The link to this SATIRE SITE is dead. Here's the text of the report in question:
Amazing discovery of radiation beneath LochNess
Researchers using nothing more technical than an old oil drum and bits of plastic toilet pipe have cored into the silt beneath the surface of...
Anyone know who took this pic?
(Image is MIA. It is subsequently identified as the 1977 Shiels photo. This specimen of the 1977 Shiels photo is inserted as a substitute for the MIA photo originally posted here.)