Saturday, 22 November 2014

nessie is a log claims

Fallen branches 'could explain Loch Ness Monster sightings'
By Steven McKenzie BBC Scotland Highlands and Islands reporter
Fallen trees and branches from a woodland could be a cause for recent sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, a conservation charity has suggested.The Woodland Trust said deadfall washed out by rivers from Urquhart Bay Wood could explain a recent report of something emerging from the loch.The trust said the lochside wood was a "Nessie spawning ground".Previous explanations for the monster have included circus elephants being exercised in the waters.

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Tales of dragons in Borneo

Hundreds of years ago, eight children were taken from a village in Borneo - by "dragons". What were these terrifying beasts?
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    Nadia Drake
Several centuries ago, a group of Borneo natives left their villages and headed deep into the jungle, searching for a home away from the Dutch colonialists who had begun spreading across their island. Eventually, they found a nice spot in the lowland rainforests near the mountains in Borneo's centre. They built houses and cultivated crops, and caught fish from the Burak river. All was well. Then children began vanishing.
One at a time, the kids disappeared, leaving behind baffled and frantic adults. This happened eight days in a row. Was it the work of a forest ghost, or jungle nomads, or a big carnivore like a clouded leopard? To find out, the villagers set a trap and baited it with another child, sacrificing one more life to stop the slaughter.
The creature that finally emerged from the river was huge, limbless and covered in scales. It was a snake, but one so overgrown they called it a dragon.

Is this the sound of Champ?

Does Nessie have a COUSIN? Audio recordings 'reveal evidence of an underwater monster' in Vermont
By Claire Carter and Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline
    Recording was made by cryptozoologists Katy Elizabeth and Dennis Hall
    It was captured using a hydrophone system that monitors echolocation
    Ms Elizabeth claims the clicking sounds made in the recording are evidence of an underwater creature
    She believes it is Champ - a sea monster living in Lake Champlain, Vermont
    Since 1609 there have been more than 600 sightings of the beast
    Champ has been dubbed the American Loch Ness Monster 

Sunday, 9 November 2014

New Video of Nessie?

 Reported in The Daily Record :
Tree planter Richard Collis captured this amazing video on his iPhone after he spotted something unusual while driving alongside the loch last week. He said: " I was travelling along the side of Loch Ness, saw something out the corner of my eye, pulled over and went down to the Loch and took some photographs.

Saturday, 8 November 2014

claims of new Nessie photo

Is that Nessie emerging from the deep? 'Monster's head' pictured on surface of choppy Loch Ness
    Paranormal investigator Jonathon Bright took the photo three years ago
    Image shows peculiar shape emerging from the water of the Loch Ness
    Mr Bright believes it may be monster's head and is searching for answers
    Renowned monster hunter spoke at Paranormal Festival in Stirling this week
    According to online register - there have been 1067 Nessie sightings in total
By Jack Crone for MailOnline

A bit strange that he had had the photo for 3 years and only shown it now. Make up your own minds folks but looks doubtful to me.