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In 1976 the Wellington was located by a team of American Loch Ness Monster hunters and was successfully salvaged in 1985. The place was remarkably well preserved. The taillights still worked when connected to a …
The Scotsman · 39 minutes ago
The book is suspenseful yet grounded in themes of friendship, people of privilege and a search for the Loch Ness Monster. Three entitled young Americans sail off to Scotland in the middle of World War II to prove the …
Great Falls Tribune · 6/27/2015
a video appeared to show Loch Ness hanging out along Lake Erie. A video taken by newsnet5.com reporter Paul Kiska of the roaring lake shows something resembling the creature along the beach. Can you spot it?
NewsNet 5 · 6/28/2015
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Set in Scotland during the Second World War, the book tells the tale of a young socialite who follows her disgraced husband in a quest to prove the Loch Ness monster is real. In this non-fiction work, Japanese cleaning …
London Free Press · 13 hours ago
Taylor Swift's belly button is a bit like the Loch Ness Monster, some believe it doesn't exist, some believe it's out there but have no idea what it looks like and the rest, well the rest of the world just aren't that bothered.
MTV UK · 7/2/2015
Belly Button
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
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
Images of what is reportedly the infamous monster of Scotland's Loch Ness has spawned a spate of copycat sightings since the mythical creature was supposedly captured on Apple Maps by amateur Loch Ness Monster spotters last year. Photos of what …
ABC News · 4/20/2014
For Davis, Shark Week reached a new low in 2014 when it featured an episode about "Old Hitler," a reputedly 70-year-old, 25-foot hammerhead shark often referred to as Florida's Loch Ness monster. In response, Davis said, indignant scientists lobbied ...
The Times-Picayune · 12 hours ago
Shark Week
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