Multi award winning and leading Loch Ness Monster researcher, Mikko Takala, presents his ultimate award winning Loch Ness livecams with many more innovations coming soon. Here you can watch for Nessie, the famous monster in Scotland's beautiful loch. In the site you'll find facts, figures and fun about the loch. Our grateful thanks to the many hundreds of thousands of you who have emailed us with generous messages of praise and support for this webcam. It's what makes it all worthwhile and we look forward to developing our service and providing an ever improving and officially original Loch Ness Live Cam!!! Laugh? You'll wet yourself! Loch Ness Monster Tai Chi with Nessie & the sheep!!! Government Admits Nessie Does EXIST!!!
The Loch Ness Investigation Bureau (LNIB) were active during the 1960ís and early 1970ís (weird beards were in fashion back then!) and a large team of dedicated individuals kept a more or less constant vigil over the loch. Many photographs were taken of strange anomalies in the water and some of the video evidence has still not been explained.
Loch Ness plunges to a depth of over 250m (750 feet) and the crushing pressure and pitch black water has made investigation by diving more or less impossible. Nevertheless, one or two submarines have paid a visit to the bottom but have failed to locate comprehensive proof of a large monster.
Over the years hundreds of witnesses have come forward with tales of what they have seen in or around the loch. Classic evidence includes stories of upturned boats and serpent-like necks twisting up out of the water.
Sadly, some Loch Ness researchers now seek to debunk the possibility of unknown monsters living beneath the loch. But their evidence must be placed in context, particularly as some of the loudest debunkers are not qualified scientists. Some are formally unqualified people with their own pet theories, which they wish to see accepted by the public at large. Certainly, this website believes that a great deal of evidence exists in favour of the existence of a Loch Ness Monster phenomenon.
Loch Ness is a vast and beautiful body of water. Good books about Loch Ness are available and this website suggests that visitors consider saving their money and bypassing Historic Scotlandís rip-off Urquhart Castle (now greatly spoiled by commercial development) and stop at one of the many free lay-bys available along the A82 Inverness Ė Fort William Road. From these points, you can witness the beauty of Loch Ness first hand,and, armed with a good book, you can interpret the evidence and the mysteries for yourself. Look out for our new Loch Ness boat cam and underwater webcam
Copyright Mikko Takala 2014. All rights reserved.
Scottish information, live, live!, William Wallace, tartan, gaelic, acomodation, accomodation, Lock Ness, monster, n essie, celtic, Drumnadrochit, Milton, Lewiston, Bunloit, Official, Original, city, culture, European, 2008, Inverness, provost , lord, Fort Augustus, Urquhart Castle, clan, genealogy, visitlochness, boatcam, boat, cam, visit, vessel, underwater, technol ogy, webcam, livecam, cam, camera, family history, acommodation, chat, streaming, video, tv, fan club, paranormal, X-files, an imation, animated, film, Ness-files, N-files, fun, diving, bed, breakfast, fishing, salmon, whisky, 2000, 2001, whiskey, bed, buff, shine, submarine, polish, breakfast, accommodation, hotel, inn, lochness2000, exhibition, centre, center, project, post, reference, card postc ard, holiday, vacation,deepscan, research,nessie,sturgeon, seal, abbey,fort augustus, 2000, 2001, tourism, tourist, food, fest ival, chamber, commerce, tourist, association, laden, ladin, bin, bid, bidding, European, Capital, Culture, 2008