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Is having a monster in the neighborhood good for business? A couple of small towns in the region are hoping so, thanks in part to a Twin Cities author and paranormal researcher. Chad Lewis makes a living writing …
TwinCities Pioneer Press · ByRichard Chin · 5/22/2015
You don't have to rent a boat to hunt for the Loch Ness Monster any more. You don't even have to travel to Scotland. Google mounted a Street View camera on a boat to give people a 360-degree view of the 23-mile-long loch in all its murky glory, and to ...
The Huffington Post · 4/21/2015
Located in the heart of the Highlands, this legendary loch is home to the mythical Loch Ness Monster known as ‘Nessie’ and is surrounded by stunning woodland and mountains. The UK’s largest freshwater …
high50.com · 1 hour ago
Google is feting the Loch Ness Monster on the 81st anniversary of one of the most famous photographs ever taken of a creature alleged to be the elusive Nessie. Col. Robert Wilson captured a grainy photograph eight decades ago showing what appears to …
ABC News · ByAlyssa Newcomb · 4/21/2015
The iconic grainy Loch Ness photo taken 81 years ago, was captured by Colonel Robert Wilson. Wilson refused to have his name associated with the image, which became referred to as "The Surgeon's Photo." The image was later debunked as a hoax …
USA Today · 4/21/2015
So large that it can be seen from space, it is enough to send shockwaves through even the most cynical Nessie sceptic. This shadowy form measuring around 100ft long and seemingly with two giant flippers powering it through the waters of Loch Ness was ...
Daily Mail · 4/19/2014
"It'll be like Fort Lauderdale's Loch Ness Monster," says Yamamoto, the Argentinean-Japanese sculptor whose project promotes walkable paths and quality of life in the city.
South Florida · 13 hours ago
There are some mysteries in life that will never be solved. Not things like crop circles, the Loch Ness monster, or who fired first on Lexington Green. These were long ago revealed to be British grain artists, a toy submarine, and a time-traveler ...
Berkshire Eagle · 17 hours ago
Believe the Loch Ness Monster exists, abiding in the peat-suffused depths of the Scottish lake? Always wanted to take a trip to Scotland and check out the legendary loch for yourself, perhaps even go out on its waters and hunt for "Nessie... Loch Ness ...
Examiner · 11/23/2014
Seeing faces in clouds, the moon, or your morning toast? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. One of the best-known cases of mass pareidolia, the famous Loch Ness Monster photo taken by British surgeon and colonel Robert Wilson in 1934 was long …
The Christian Science Monitor · 4/21/2015