Loch Ness

Nessie of Loch Ness, Scotland
The Loch Ness phenomena, or sightings of “Nessie,” (Scotland) have been followed by many investigations over several decades. Like most “lake monsters,” this cryptid is elusive. But Nessie is the best known potential "living fossil" remaining just beyond reach of cryptozoologists.
In 1943, C.B. Farrel, of the Royal Observer Corps, saw "the monster" 250 yards away. It was at least "20-30 ft" long and the neck was about 4-5 ft above the surface of the water. The eyes were large. 

There's a new booklet published about the Loch Ness phenomenon. The  32-page book, "Loch Ness," was written by Adrian Shine.
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