Loch Ness monster


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Loch Ness monster

“Nessie”; sea serpent said to inhabit Loch Ness. [Scot. Folklore: Wallechinsky, 443]

Loch Ness monster

supposed sea serpent dwelling in lake. [Scot. Hist.: Wallechinsky, 443]
See: Mystery
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Even though Edwards claimed to have waited another half an hour or so, the supposed Loch Ness monster didn't return to the surface.
Gary Campbell, president of the Loch Ness Monster fan club, added: "We know that anyone who comes to see her does so in safety.
I believe there is a Loch Ness monster and the Family Ness all live there.
Caroline Glenn, manager of the Robert Burns National Heritage Park, said: "I understand that lots of people come to Scotland to try and catch a glimpse of the Loch Ness Monster.
Gary Campbell, of the Inverness-based Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, said: "We have racked our brains looking for an explanation.
Officials believed the discovery of the Loch Ness Monster would lead to a tourism explosion.
and this massive model of the Loch Ness monster had around 600 people thinking it was.
SECRET files have revealed the government made plans to protect the Loch Ness monster from poachers.
ARMED police stormed a plane after a passenger claimed a cuddly Loch Ness Monster toy was a bomb.
AN American hunter's bid to harpoon the Loch Ness monster has outraged Highlanders.
IT'S no wonder onlookers thought they were face-to-face with the Loch Ness monster when this apparition rose from the depths.
Idon't think the headmistress at our local school would be too impressed with her shepherds turning up with scenes of Nessie The Loch Ness Monster on their heads.