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the new and fully updated version of the Loch Ness Guide. The Loch Ness Guide is a facility for visitors to Loch Ness and local people alike. Including a full tour of Loch Ness as well as several other fascinating places nearby. We hope to communicate a little of the myth and magic of Loch Ness and to make your time here memorable.

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Find Nessie the Loch Ness Monster here popular

Monster Visitor Centre situated near Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. Officially credited as the official centre managing the Loch Ness Monster in Scotland. For your enjoyment we now include our Highland tour pages. Bygone Days in the Highlands and a Highland Tour are in photographs old and new. Also added is the panoramic photographs of Highland mountains and glens taken from above. Our latest addition is our complete Loch Ness

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Watch out for the launch of our new Loch Ness research website in which we will definitively seek to prove that a plesiosaur lives in our midst and feeds on killer plankton. Over here at Loch Ness we've got worthless pseudo-academic papers coming out of our ears, so we thought, hey it's about time we published them. Loch Ness science - virtual facts & fun!!!

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Loch Ness Cruises

Come and Search for the Loch Ness Monster with Loch Ness Cruises "the most informative & entertaining on Loch Ness" on the Nessie Hunter the Loch Ness Underwater Research Vessel!

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The Loch Ness Monster is supposedly living

Carvings of this unidentified animal, made by the ancient inhabitants of the Scottish Highlands some 1,500 years ago, are the earliest evidence that Loch Ness harbors a strange aquatic creature. This looks a lot like the stone carvings of the Chupacabra. The earliest recorded sighting of the Loch Ness Monster was in the biography of St. Columba by Adamnan in the year 565 AD. The monster apparently attacked and killed a man who was swimming in the River Ness.

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Since the larger public first became aware of the monster in 1933, the Loch Ness beastie has become an international media star, her most recent appearance on a commemorative stamp recently issued by the Maldive Islands.

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"Nessie" is an alleged creature living in Loch Ness, a long, deep lake near Inverness, Scotland. Many sightings of the "monster" have been recorded, going back at least as far as St. Columba, the Irish monk who converted most of Scotland to Christianity in the 6th century. Columba apparently converted Nessie, too; for it is said that until he went out on the waters and soothed the beast, she had been a murderess.

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Loch Ness Monster, Nessie of Scotland

Mackay's and Campbell 1933 The MacKays owned a pub at Drumnadrochit, and on April 14th saw an "enormous animal" in the Loch. They told the man responsible for controlling salmon fishing in the Loch, a Alex Campbell. Campbell, because of his job spent a lot of time observing the Loch, and he saw Nessie a number of times. Campbell put it at 30 feet long and described it as having "a long, tapering neck, about 6 feet long, and a smallish head with a serpentine look about it, and a huge hump behind..."

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Loch Ness, Nessie, Monster Evidence and Loch Ness Information Site

Mankind has always had an interest in a good mystery. The monster, sea serpent, kraken and other mythological creatures have formed a part of folklore since the beginning of time. Around the world there are reputed to be sea serpents or monsters in many bodies of fresh water. Nessie in Loch Ness, Morag in Loch Morar, Shielagh in Loch Shiel, Lizzy in Loch Lochy, Champ in Lake Champlain, Ogopogo in Lake Okanagan and, would you believe, Wally in Lake Wallowa to mention but a few.

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Loch Ness Sea Monster Fossil a Hoax, Say Scientists

The world's favorite monster stole the headlines again this month, when the remains of a giant sea creature were discovered in Scotland's Loch Ness. But instead of hailing the find as possible evidence of the monster's existence, scientists now think it a hoax.

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Loch Ness Monster Stamps

Sightings of large serpentine creatures emanate from many lakes throughout the world. Perhaps the most famous lake monster is that said to inhabit Loch Ness in Inverness, Scotland. This creature is affectionately called "Nessie." The earliest written reference to a monstrous creature in Loch Ness dates to the sixth century when Saint Columba supposedly prevented the monster from devouring a man swimming in the loch. Such creatures abound in Celtic folklore. Called "water horses" or "water kelpies" they are considered powerful and malevolent. There are also a dozen or so later references to a creature in Loch Ness before the twentieth century.

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Loch Ness Monster Has a Relative in Russian Province

Hundreds of publications and TV programs about the Brosno monster made the creature a world sensation The weekly Karavan+Ya (Caravan+Me) published in the Russian city of Tver became widely popular seven years ago when it was first to report about a monster from Lake Brosno in the Andreapol District of the Tver Region.

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For centuries, an international eye has been focused on Loch Ness and the belief that a creature, "Nessie," lives deep within the isolated body of cold green water. The Loch Ness Monster: The Evidence is the final word on this mystery; a compact but comprehensive review of the principal evidence for the existence of an unknown creature (or creatures) in Loch Ness.

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The Loch Ness Monster

The most publicised and well known of the lake monsters, Nessie has captured the popular imagination. There are hundreds of sightings on record, which describe a roughly similar creature in and out of the water over a period of 200 years. However, the nature of these sightings has not been adequately resolved, and there are numerous theories to explain and explain away the evidence. The most popular of these being the survival of an aquatic dinosaur, which like most theories has many problems.

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Scotland's Loch Ness Monster

There is mention of a monster in or around Loch Ness as long ago as the sixth century AD. We are told by Adomnan, biographer of Columba, that the saint had made a journey to visit Brude, King of the Picts, at his fort. beside the River Ness.

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What is the Loch Ness Monster?

If it's information about the Loch Ness Monster you're after then this is the site to visit. With documented evidence, film, first-hand accounts, stories, scientific studies and expeditions you will find that we are one of the most informative Loch Ness Monster sites on the WWW.

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Tokyo Video Reviews - Beneath Loch Ness (2002)

Considering that the Loch Ness monster is one of the most recognized enigmas in the world, it is relatively unrepresented in the world of cult movies. Sure, Larry Buchanan made The Loch Ness Horror and there were a few others, but let's face it, we've been waiting years for a really good movie about Loch Ness and the prehistoric creature that may or may not lay beneath its surface.

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A multidisciplinary study reveals close correspondences between mythological descriptions, arrangement of the cult-sites and local active faults in ancient Greece (Piccardi, 2000a and 2000b). Chthonic dragons, mostly feminine polymorph creatures, were also indicated at many of these special sacred places, and their lairs are located directly above major active faults (Piccardi, 2000c).

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The Original Loch Ness Monster Exhibition Centre - Index Page

A modern day 'enigma' has to be the words that describe the Loch Ness Monster. Her first documented sighting was by St Columba in the 6th century A.D.. It wasn't until modern times that she became an internationally known name.

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