Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Bacon. In 1976, a group of people attempted this from a hot air balloon. It turns out that Nessie doesn't eat bacon! I hope you enjoyed my quiz as much as I enjoyed writing it!
R. K. Wilson. This fraud was one of many fakers who wanted their 15 minutes of fame.
|In what year did the famous "Surgeon's Picture", which happened to be a fake, taken?||Nessie of Loch Ness!
1934. The picture is the most famous one to date.
Okanagan Lake. Okanagan Lake is located in British Columbia, Canada.
Scotland. He/she lives in the Scottish Lake, Loch Ness.
Plesiosaur . A plesiosaur is a fish eater that breathes air. Nessie may eat fish but, if she/he breathed air, there would be a lot more sightings than there are right now. All descriptions are describing exactly what a plesiosaur once looked like. Is Nessie a modern version of this monster?
1930's. There were all sorts of different groups doing research on the lake and monster through this time. In 1933, Nessie was trying to be lured to the surface of the lake, or maybe even to the shore using classical music!
Ogopogo. Ogopogo, Nessie, and the monster of Loch Morar are believed to be cousins. Whether or not they are real, no one knows for sure. There are a lot of fakers out there just trying to make money. There are strange sonar readings in all three lakes, but there is not scientific proof in any of them.
|What is the name of the other lake in Scotland that is believed to have a prehistoric monster somewhat like Nessie?||Nessie of Loch Ness!
Loch Morar. Nessie sightings have been happening since year 565 A.D. They definitely starting picking up through the 1930's. Later on, while research was happening, some cryptozoologists realized that there were sightings in Loch Morar as well. The lakes have much in common too, such as the fact that both are narrow and incredibly deep. Both have underwater caves which are believed to be the monsters' lairs.