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Loch Ness Monster - Wikipedia


In folklore, the Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie, is an aquatic being which reputedly inhabits Loch ..... The Loch Ness is along the Great Glen Fault, and this could be a description of an earthquake. ...

Loch Ness Monster - Crystalinks


Most Nessie witnesses describe something with two humps, a tail, and a snakelike head. A V-shaped was often mentioned, as well as a gaping red mouth and ...

The UnMuseum - The Loch Ness Monster


Probably the most famous picture of the Loch Ness monster was the ... Grant's description of the thing, small head, long tapering neck and tail with a bulky body  ...

The Lochness Monster - Sightings and Overview of Nessie


Seals and otters also live in Loch Ness, but are rarely seen. Description of the Monster: Shape: long neck; horse-like head; humped back (one or two humps).

List of Sightings - Nessie


Nessie Salmon Fishing. Observer: D Mackenzie Time: 1200. Date: October 1871. Motion: Slow, then moved off at speed. Description: Log like, then up-turned ...

of Land Based Sightings - Nessie


Description: Observed strange creature coming down hillside to loch. Colour as an elephant, small head turning side to side on long neck. 'Waddled into water.' ...

Loch Ness Monster - New World Encyclopedia


Over the years, the many sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie, have produced a rather uniform description of the creature.

NOVA - Official Website | The Legend of Loch Ness - PBS


Jan 12, 1999 ... The legend of the Loch Ness Monster dates back well over a thousand ... mythical accounts to something more like eyewitness descriptions.

Loch Ness Monster: Facts About Nessie - Live Science


Apr 22, 2015 ... Though there are dozens, if not hundreds, of lake monsters around the world, one superstar marine denizen outshines them all: Nessie, the ...

Information in the Loch Ness Monster (Nessie)


Your guide to the World of Nessie & Loch Ness. ... Other sightings, however, do not fit the plesiosaur description, or even a water-bound creature: In April, 1923, ...