The Loch Ness Monster

Woolard, Sarah; Holden, Susan
January 2000
Beastly Tales;2000, p6
Book Chapter
Information about the Loch Ness monster taken from a chapter of the book "Beastly Tales" is presented. It is noted that one of the first stories about the said monster in Loch Ness, Scotland, originated from Saint Columba in AD 565. It is asserted that interest in the monster grew in 1933, with newspapers publishing stories about it.


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