Adsense

Showing posts with label Loch Ness Monster. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Loch Ness Monster. Show all posts

Friday, July 13, 2012

Loch Ness Is a Monstrously Good Family Game - Wired News


Wired News

Loch Ness Is a Monstrously Good Family Game
Wired News
Everyone knows that the Loch Ness monster is completely real, of course — a plesiosaur somehow surviving in a Scottish inlet into modern times. Of course, getting the photographic evidence is the hard part, because Nessie is apparently pretty shy ...
Ken Ham Irked by 'Hypocrisy' of Secularists Over 'Loch Ness' StoryChristian Post

all 2 news articles »


loch ness monster - Google News

Hello Nessie, Are You In?

Hello Nessie, Are You In?

It was St Columba, the 6th century Irish born missionary who brought Christianity to western Scotland reported the first sighting of a water monster living in Loch Ness, Scotland. However, it was a couple called Mr. and Mrs. Mackey whom gave a detailed descriptions of what they have saw that initiated a modern craze for the 'Nessie' stories. Their spectacular descriptions which were reported in the Inverness Courier on May 2, 1933 reads as follows: "The creature disported itself, rolling and plunging for fully a minute, its body resembling that of a whale, and the water cascading and churning like a simmering cauldron."

The believed of the Loch Ness monster was supported by a blurred pictured, the so called 'surgeon's photographs' taken in 1934. This picture showed a long necked creature that moves among ripples. However, recently, it was reported that the image in the surgeon's photograph was in deed a piece of shaped wood driven by clockwork.

Loch Ness, which has the largest body of fresh water in Britain, is located in the Scottish Highlands. It extends for approximately 23 miles southwest of Inverness. It contains more water than all the lakes and reservoirs in England and Wales put together. It is very deep and the deepest part is 740 feet as compared to London's BT Tower which stands at 620 feet.

Due to the formidable nature and formation of the loch, it has certainly given investigators a hard time to search for this elusive monster. Even with the help of modern technology, investigators have yet to find the monster.

Apart from the monster, Loch Ness is definitely a very scenic place. When you are there, you can take a boat cruise to enjoy the spectacular view of the loch. You will never know if Nessie is just beneath you. So, hold thigh to the rail while you are cruising on the boat. After the scenic ride, you can visit the Loch Ness Monster exhibition center at Drumnadrochit which contains information on the legendary creature.

Drumnadrochit is a pretty village where there are hotels, bars, gifts and souvenir shops. There are many good restaurants as well. One of the shops has an excellent glass blowing demonstration. As you walk along the village, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful flowers and the friendly people. Certainly, there are no shortage of accommodation and places to eat while you are there.

Do you know you can even 'eat' the Loch Ness Monster? Well, if you visit the Invermoriston, which is seven miles up the glen, there is a Redburn Café. This café is a full Ice Cream Parlor with a concoctions called the Loch Ness Monster. This is a must try if you can make a trip to Invermoriston.

Hello, is Nessie in? You will need to pay her a visit and find out. For more information on travel, you can refer to the Cheap Flights website.



Rose Mary enjoys travel and write. I invite you to visit Cheap Airline Tickets site now and compare cheap tickets from 100+ major travel sites in one search and save up to 70%. Do not buy your tickets until you have make comparison. Act now.

Article Source:
http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Rose_Mary




More Nessie Articles

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Why doesn't someone just use sonar or heat-sensing technology to see the "monsters" in Loch Ness and Chamlain?

Question by Victoria: Why doesn't someone just use sonar or heat-sensing technology to see the "monsters" in Loch Ness and Chamlain?
Honestly! I was just watching a show about Champ, the supposed monster in Lake Chamlaine, and about Nessie (in Loch Ness in Scotland) and I was wondering how there's any speculation at all on this topic! Are there any records of scientists using sonar or heat-sensing technology to prove that these monsters do or do not exsist? I mean, wouldn't that be LOGICAL?


Add your own answer in the comments!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Do you believe the Loch Ness "monster" is real?

Question by P@r@dise: Do you believe the Loch Ness "monster" is real?



Please leave your comments!

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Late Night Clubbing: TF2 [Live Commentary] Nessie's Nine Iron






It's an Eyelander. Except it's not. --------------------------------- --------------------------------- Add me on Twitter: twitter.com Steam Group: steamcommunity.com Deviantart: niichts.deviantart.com Sub my other channel: www.youtube.com My TF2 Server: 70.42.74.33:27015

Friday, June 22, 2012

Poland shaken by case alleging an illicit CIA prison there - Los Angeles Times


Poland shaken by case alleging an illicit CIA prison there
Los Angeles Times
About as likely as "the Loch Ness monster," is how one Pole described it recently. That monster is now rearing its head. Cloistered inside government offices, ...

and more »


loch ness monster - Google News

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Friendship Quotes


Friendship Quotes

My life was smooth it was so much fun it was blooming day by day like a pretty rose bud, Whenever we met you filled my life with joy and smile time spent with you always clinged to my mind, Today when i am facing the tough road of my life i still find you standing always by my side, Your kind words and inspiration has helped me a lot may you be blessed with health and happiness i always pray to God.


Sometimes we fall short of words to express our heartiest feelings and sometimes the words hold the power and beauty to express our inner feelings. Quotation is one such form in which thoughts and feelings are beautifully knitted with the essence of love, romance, friendship and some also have a tinge of sadness. My site Everyday Quotes assimilates not only quotations but also inspirational sayings which are useful in our day to day life.


Sometimes we fall short of words to express our heartiest feelings and sometimes the words hold the power and beauty to express our inner feelings.

Quotation is one such form in which thoughts and feelings are beautifully knitted with the essence of love, romance, friendship and some also have a tinge of sadness. My site Everyday Quotes assimilates not only quotations but also inspirational sayings which are useful in our day to day life.

Hi Friends, This is Inderjeet, These Quotes are my own compilation... If you like to comment favourably or otherwise, please don't hesitate... Good Luck


Visit Everyday Quotes for More Friendship Quotes



The Loch Ness Monster Is Real; The KKK Is Good: The Shocking ... - AlterNet


The Loch Ness Monster Is Real; The KKK Is Good: The Shocking ...
AlterNet
Thousands of Louisiana students will receive state voucher money, transferred from public school funding, to attend private religious schools. What will they ...

and more »


loch ness monster - Google News

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Loch Ness Monster Spotted






This is the official trailer for Steve Alten's book "The Loch", please take a look at it! If you like stuff like Steve Alten's Meg series or Jaws, then you'll like this. Thanks for watching!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Monday, June 11, 2012

Friday, June 8, 2012

Speed Art - The Loch Ness Monster (Podie contest 2nd entry)






Final Image : gyazo.com
Video Rating: 5 / 5








LochNess Monster Nessie CAUGHT ON TAPE, a better look at Nessie,footage taken by myself do hope you enjoy. Some thing in loch ness take a good look at this footage,hope to be back at lochness in the spring 2012
Video Rating: 3 / 5

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Visit Inverness For Castles, Loch Ness Monsters And More


by Spatch

Visit Inverness For Castles, Loch Ness Monsters And More

Article by Frederick Hoymer



Visit Inverness For Castles, Loch Ness Monsters And More - Travel












Search by Author, Title or Content



Article ContentAuthor NameArticle Title









Home
Submit Articles
Author Guidelines
Publisher Guidelines
Content Feeds
RSS Feeds
FAQ
Contact Us

































The city of Inverness can trace its history back to at least the days of the Picts and has been a stronghold since those times.

It is located where the River Ness joins the North Sea and the river helped to give the city its name. In Gaelic, the word Inverness literally means "mouth of the Ness". If you're keen, you can brush up on your Gaelic: around one in 20 of the locals in Inverness are able to speak this language.

As you've probably guessed, the river flows into Loch Ness. So you could certainly use your visit to Inverness to do a spot of monster watching! The myths and legend surrounding the Loch Ness monster are numerous. The lake is big, with a surface area of nearly 22 square miles and at its deepest point is 754 feet. Which is plenty of space for the famous monster to hide in, especially when you consider that the deepest ever SCUBA dive was only just over 1,000 feet.

Depending on your view of bagpipe music, you will either want to head towards Inverness during September or avoid it like the plague because that is the month that the city hosts the annual Northern Meeting, which is a prestigious competition for solo bagpipers.

If you want to see other Scottish pursuits then you should time your visit to take in the annual Highland Games which attract top notch contestants for such sports as tossing the caber, the stone put, Scottish hammer throwing and sheaf tossing amongst others. These are all ancient sports that still retain their spectacle in today's modern world. The strength of the "heavy" athletes simply has to be seen to be believed. The caber is similar in size to a telephone pole - usually around 16 to 20 feet long and weighing somewhere between 80 and 130 pounds. So don't try this sport at home - the skill you need to even be able to balance a caber let alone throw one through the air in the direction you want it to travel isn't something you can pick up overnight.

Other sports aren't ignored either. Inverness has two football clubs. Caledonian Thistle are members of the Scottish Premier League, so you are assured a top class game.

History fans will want to visit Inverness Castle. This is currently used for the Inverness Sheriff Court and most of its current structure was built in 1836. However, the site has been used for a castle since the 11th century, so it is steeped in history. If you want an extra souvenir, get hold of the Royal Bank of Scotland's 50 note which shows the castle on its reverse side.

When you decide to visit Inverness, do your best to stay in one of the many smaller locally owned and run hotels and guest houses that are available. You'll be assured of a warm Scottish welcome and your host will almost certainly be able to help you by pointing out little known local secrets and places to see that are on or off the beaten track according to your preferences.

About the Author

Make sure you enjoy your Inverness visit by choosing from these popular Inverness hotels and guest houses.












Use and distribution of this article is subject to our Publisher Guidelines
whereby the original author's information and copyright must be included.





Frederick Hoymer









RSS Feed





Report Article





Publish Article





Print Article





Add to Favorites











Article Directory
About
FAQ
Contact Us
Advanced Search
Privacy Statement
Disclaimer

GoArticles.com ? 2012, All Rights Reserved.









Make sure you enjoy your Inverness visit by choosing from these popular Inverness hotels and guest houses.












Use and distribution of this article is subject to our Publisher Guidelines
whereby the original author's information and copyright must be included.


Saturday, June 2, 2012

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Joe Marrero, Hollywood man, going to Congo to search for Africa's Loch Ness ... - WPTV


WPTV

Joe Marrero, Hollywood man, going to Congo to search for Africa's Loch Ness ...
WPTV
Copyright 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- Joe Marrero is planning a little trip this summer, and it's got his family kind of concerned.
Hollywood man in search of Africa's Loch Ness monsterSun-Sentinel

all 2 news articles »


loch ness monster - Google News

Saturday, April 28, 2012

The Loch Ness monster - part 1 - Hastings and St. Leonards Observer


The Loch Ness monster - part 1
Hastings and St. Leonards Observer
I am of course referring to Scotland's Loch Ness monster. Doing well from the tourists is all well and good but the fact remains, is the Loch Ness monster really real in so far as whatever is in Loch Ness is as yet unrecognised (to science) as a living ...

and more »


loch ness monster - Google News