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Schools using Nessie to debunk evolution

Some schools are using the Loch Ness Monster as a way to disprove Darwin’s theory of evolution. From next year text books in some privately-run Christ…

The hunt for Mokele-mbembe

Most people have heard of the Loch Ness Monster, but few know about the Congo’s Mokele-mbembe. Rumoured to live in the remote swamps and rainforests o…

Loch Ness search for mysterious object

The search goes on for a strange balloon-like object that fell from the skies over Loch Ness. The police, coastguard and a search and rescue helicopte…

Paleontologist: sea monsters are plausible

Dr Darren Naish believes that there have been too many sightings for the Loch Ness Monster to be a hoax. The debate over the possible existence of lar…

Dinsdale insists Nessie photos were real

Simon Dinsdale has insisted that his father’s two-minute film of the Loch Ness Monster is genuine. The film originally shot in 1960 by Tim Dinsdale wa…

New Nessie sighting keeps legend alive

27-year-old Richard Preston has taken pictures of something unusual in Loch Ness. Working in the Aldourie Castle gardens on the banks of the Loch he n…

Loch Ness monster death rumours denied

A lack of recent sightings of the Loch Ness monster has prompted speculation that the creature, if it existed, might now be dead. The head of the offi…

Nessie hunter Robert Rines dies, aged 87

Famous Loch Ness Monster hunter Robert Rines reported his own sighting of the creature in 1972, an encounter that sparked a lifelong passion and p…

Loch Ness Monster sighted on Google Earth

A security guard believes he has spotted the Loch Ness Monster on a Google Earth satellite photo which shows an anomalous object in the water. Res…