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Strange Places: Loch Ness

Does the Loch Ness Monster, the World’s Most Famous Cryptid, Truly Exist?

Loch Ness is a 23-mile freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands. The stretch of water is the second-largest such loch in Scotland after Loch Lomond and also the second deepest after Loch Morar. Such is the vastness of the place that it contains more water than all the lakes in England and Wales…




A publication about unsolved mysteries from the deep ocean to space and from antiquity to present day.

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Michael East

Michael East

Freelance writer. Writing on true crime, mysteries, politics, history, popular culture, and more. |

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