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Loch Ness Monster Appears To Be On Vacation
2014-02-11 07:19:17

[ Watch the Video: Where Has Nessie Gone? ] April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Accounts of the Loch Ness monster date back over 1,500 years, with modern sightings starting around 1933, according to History.com. The last 18 months, however, Nessie has been decidedly absent. USA Today reports that the last 18 months has been the longest single stretch without a "confirmed" sighting since 1925, and it has Gary Campbell, the Scotsman who keeps a record of sightings,...

Skipper Claims He Has Proof Loch Ness Monster Is Real
2012-08-06 12:51:09

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online It´s a wonderful time in which we live, isn´t it? This weekend, for instance, people all over the world were able to switch from cheering on their local athletes in the Olympic Games in London to watching in wonder as NASA landed their Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars, a significant triumph of modern technology. Just as the world is becoming acutely aware of the future quickly approaching us, a piece of news...

Iceland's Loch Ness Monster Caught On Video
2012-02-09 05:56:14

A mythical Icelandic monster known as Lagarfljót's Worm has reportedly been caught on video.  Belief in the creature dates back to 1345 and sighting it is considered a bad omen. The Daily Mail Online reports that in the legend, a girl placed a heather worm inside a ring of gold in order to make the ring grow. But, when she returned the worm had grown into a serpent but the gold ring stayed the same size. In fear she flung the ring into Lake Lagarfljót where...

Elusive Canadian Sea Monster Caught on Video?
2011-11-13 05:45:12

A British Columbia resident believes that he has captured the creature known as Ogopogo, known to many as the "Loch Ness Monster of Canada" on a video that has since been uploaded to YouTube. According to Michael Sheridan of the New York Daily News, the "shaky" video does not actually show the creature itself, but instead "features waves which appear to be formed by something moving beneath the surface of the water." CNET's Edward Moyer notes that the video was shot at a winery located...

2010-07-08 06:55:00

VERONA, N.J., July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Like people around the world, Americans have been fascinated by purported sightings of Scotland's Loch Ness Monster ever since the legendary water-beast began to make media headlines in 1933. What many Americans may not know is that Vermont's Lake Champlain is believed, by some, to have a water-beast of its own, known as "Champ," the lovable Champlain Monster. Now, Shankman & O'Neill (author Ed Shankman and illustrator Dave O'Neill) are bringing...

2010-03-04 06:50:00

MONETA, Va., March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Lake monsters have captured imaginations for centuries. Lakelubbers.com tells tales of 17 such creatures in the USA, Canada, Scotland, Ireland, Costa Rica and Argentina. Loch Ness's "Nessie" is best known. Muckie, Ogopogo, Memphre, Champ, Illies, Tarpie, Nahuelito and nine others are less familiar. Most lake monsters look like serpents, dragons or giant fish. But Canada's Thetis Lake monster has been described as a scaly, gilled humanoid - similar to...

2009-02-22 05:20:01

A grainy photograph of a 100-foot snake in a river in Borneo may be as real as similar shots of Big Foot or the Loch Ness monster, a computer expert says. The photo ran Thursday in The Telegraph, a London newspaper that did not claim it is authentic. The Guardian said it was supposedly taken by a member of a disaster team surveying potential flood areas in Indonesia who spotted the snake from a helicopter flying over the Baleh River. Another shot was supposedly taken from the bank of the...

2009-01-18 00:43:20

The first survey of Loch Lomond in 147 years has found Scotland's most famous loch is 600 feet deep in places with sheer cliffs lining an underwater canyon. The British Geological Survey used the latest technology -- multi-beam sonar -- to map the floor of Loch Lomond, The Scotsman reported. The last time the bottom of the loch was surveyed, in 1861, Captain H.C. Otter of the Admiralty used fishing line with lead weights attached to take soundings from a rowboat. Loch Lomond is deeper than...

2008-09-20 03:00:11

A Baylor University study finds that very large churches in the United States are in some ways friendlier and more intimate than smaller ones. Byron Johnson, director of the Institute for Study of Religion at the Texas university, told the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram that mega churches provide opportunities for members to get together in small groups. "People get to know each other in very close ways," Johnson said. "They can share their imperfections and struggles, and people are...

2008-08-20 00:00:02

By Ian Johnston IT WAS hailed as "definitive evidence" that Bigfoot existed. The discovery of "something large, hairy and frozen in ice" in woods in America by a heroic police officer made international headlines and attracted interest from a team who have been earnestly searching for the legendary ape-like beast for years. They purchased the remains for an undisclosed fee and set about the delicate process of thawing the body. So it is hard to imagine just how disappointing it must have...


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Loch Ness Monster
2013-09-08 07:15:39

One of the most well-known, talked about, and searched for cryptid in history is the Loch Ness Monster, otherwise known as Nessie. It is a large animal that is claimed to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. Its description has varied from each account over the years from when it was first heard of in 1933. Many reported sightings, photographs, videos and sonar images have been released since, but there has been no proof of existence to date. The most common belief for Nessie is a...

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