Tuesday 12 June 2012

Nessie On Land

This post contains links to our series on land sightings of the Loch Ness Monster. The concept itself is summarised in the Overview article below. Articles will be added as and when completed.

Overview - a general look at these most mysterious of sightings.

Making an Impression - searching for tracks, depressions and other evidence.

The Harvey and MacDonald Case - A little known sighting from 1934.

The Margaret Munro Case - A famous case! And also at this link

The Spicers Revisited - TO BE DONE

Morphology Of The Monster - What do land sightings tell us about Nessie morphology and behaviour?

Predator - Does Nessie hunt on land?

The Curious Case of Lieutenant Colonel Fordyce - Perhaps the most unusual case of all.

The Monk who saw the Monster - A previously unknown tale from the Abbey.

The Cameron-MacGruer Case - Did Nessie terrorise a bunch of kids?

Heart Attack Monster - Allegedly.

A Rediscovered Land Sighting - From 1925 before the Nessie Era.

For other classic land sightings consult the Classic Sightings section for the Spicers and Alex Muir cases.


  1. Roland :

    I was reviewing the articles on your "Nessie on Land" section, and I remember coming across the story of the land sighting by the Monk from the Fort Augustus Abby in the 1930s, as I wanted to study it, having only given it a cursory scan. I was pretty sure I had seen it on your Blog site. Well, after searching for it, I finally found it in the Recent Sightings Log section, subsection Older Sightings titled "Previously Unknown Land Sighting of Nessie". Far be it for me to tell you how to organize your site, but shouldn’t it be located or cross-linked to or from the Nessie On Land section for completeness. Maybe it's just in oversight. Forgive me for pointing this out, you may have your own system or reason for placing it where it currently resides. Thanks. :-)

    1. You're right, John. I do try and link older article to "meta-articles" but don't always get it done. I should try and link each new article to a place holder.