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Other Scottish Lochs

Loch Lomond

Known as 'Lomie' there have been a number of reported sightings of Nessie's southern cousin.  One example was in 1968 on the 7th of July when Mrs Jean Rivans and her family of Garnethill, Glasgow reported that they saw something large with humps swimming about 200 yards from the shore on the east side of the loch. She was so concerned that she reported it to the police in nearby Dumbarton. However, here's a more recent experience

2018

13 April 2018 - a lady on holiday from Northampton reported seeing 20 foot movement in the calm water at around 2pm. She was in the passenger seat in a car so couldn't take any pictures but she said as it raised from the water, it looked like a crocodile's back - she reprted that it really scared her. The sighting only lasted a few seconds

Loch Garry

Loch Garry is near the Great Glen in Scotland where Loch Ness is located.

2018

20 May 2018 - at 1230 hours approx, Harry and Tanya on holiday from Australia repsrted seeing a serpent like creature in the water as they passed by on the road to Fort William. The sighting took place near the Glen Garry sign and the twin humped creature was about 100m out from the shore. They estimated that it was about 20-30 metres in length and the sighting lasted about 10 seconds.

 

Loch Morlich

In October 1969 four pupils and their teacher on a school trip reported a creature in the water that had 'a long snake like appearance'. It dropped and disappeared into the loch. The teacher, Miss Vasu Der, said that 'it looked like a big python'.

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Loch Ness Holiday DealsBased by the loch, our travel partner can organise that special vacation for you in the Scottish Highlands
Art from Loch NessIf you want to enjoy a unique souvenir of the loch, here's the work of K J Campbell, a Cadbury Award winning artist from the area.
David LevanteRead author David Levante's new book and see how he features Nessie (and her cousin Tessie) in the story
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The Haggis RunIf you're in the Inverness area, why not participate in the ancient challenge of the Haggis Run!
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