Posted by: Nick Redfern on May 18th, 2012
For some reason, I have always found the admittedly rare reports of the creatures of Loch Ness, Scotland having been seen on the land far more intriguing than those water-based ones where a long neck and a hump is usually all-dominating.
And, you can find an excellent, solid new post on these land-based encounters over at the Loch Ness Mystery blog.
As we’re told in the opening paragraph: “What is the largest land animal on this planet? The answer is the Loch Ness Monster when it comes out of the water to make its rare excursions onto terra firma. In making such a statement, we enter a twilight world of strange and misshapen giants…”
With that, I am in agreement!