A cryptozoologist revisits the site where the famous Loch Ness photos and movies were taken . . . and discovers more mysteries. This is a fun tale of skeptical monster hunting.

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SeleneGraceSilver
Selene Grace Silver

Spent some time around Loch Ness last year. Didn't see much of Nessie but I love Scotland so much for the sheer weight of history there. The amazing feeling when you're standing in the middle of standing stones that were erected 3000 years ago...

And then this location, on the Isle of Skye, where the opening of Prometheus was set. (No surprise that this Californian gal will be retiring in Scotland.)