Thursday, February 26, 2009

Monster Anomalies

The Anomalist is full of good stuff, and today is no different:

It Ain't Nessie-ssarily So - Or Is It? ShukerNature. Dr. Karl Shuker reviews what he believes is an underappreciated DVD produced by The Discovery Channel in 2005 and entitled Loch Ness Discovered. Among the startling reports on the DVD, which actually holds three different film reports, is that "Loch Ness is to all intent and purposes two separate lakes, comprising a warmer layer, where little lives, above a colder, wilder underlayer containing fauna and dramatic underwater weather." Shuker also comments on an underwater storm that led to sonar images of large moving bodies the next day and various sightings, sonar contacts and theories of what prehistoric creature stands the best chance of being the Loch Ness Monster. Elsewhere in cryptid news, The Blogsquatcher has a three-part series of interviews with a Bigfoot investigator in The Terminating Line: Interview with "Fuzzy, Part 1"; Part 2 and Part 3.

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