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Scottish Monsters

Nessie! She has to be one of the worlds most famous monsters. Rival to Bigfoot and the Kraken there can't be many people in the English speaking world who don't know who she is. But what of the other Scottish monsters? Many others have been told to roam our land; from kelpies, mermaids and fairy folk to the dreaded Linton Worm. Hear about the many strange creatures that populated Scotland through the mists of time.

Morag The MonsterMorag The Monster
Everyone has heard of The Loch Ness Monster but few have heard the tales of his sister Morag. Frightening encounters and startling evidence points to another Loch holding secrets of another monster in its depths.

Fear LiathFear Liath
Climbers who scale this ghostly mountain of Ben Macdhui keep their ears tuned for the sound of the Grey Man of Ben Macdhui stalking them through the mist! .

kelpieThe Kelpie's Last Battle
Almost every Scottish loch has a monster, or at least stories about a monster. Perhaps they are just convenient tales told by grannies to stop local children playing too near the water? The most common monster in these watery warnings is the kelpie, the waterhorse.

Loch Ness MonsterThe Loch Ness Monster
The Loch Ness "monster" -- affectionately known as "Nessie" -- is an alleged plesiosaur-like creature living in Loch Ness, a long, deep lake near Inverness, Scotland.   read more >>

The Linton WormThe Linton Worm
The Linton Worm was a huge snake-like creature, at least 12 feet long, which lived in a tunnel on Linton Hill in Roxburghshire during the 12th Century.  read more >>

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