Japanese TV interviews leading Loch Ness Monster Expert

Viewers in Japan will soon be able to enjoy a new TV programme about the Loch Ness monster and probably the global leading researcher in the field, Mikko.

Japanese TV visit Loch Ness webcam
Japanese TV visit Loch Ness webcam

Mikko has been working with academics and pseudo scientists for decades to finally uncover the truth behind Nessie. Professor Kettle has used much of his work in his own Loch Ness project, which is available in the Nessie on the Net Loch Ness internet exhibition website.

During the documentary we visited the stunning location used for the 1970’s Loch Ness Investigation Bureau’s survey. This is a particularly atmospheric location and, as you can see from our video, you can almost feel Nessie in the murky depths.

We’d like to thank our visitors from Japan for a very enjoyable time and look forward to their wonderful documentary.

“Headless chicken monster” may have traveled from Loch Ness

In today’s UK Guardian newspaper the startling discovery of a “headless chicken monster” in east Antarctica has been announced. Our parent site, Nessie on the Net! has been warning locals and visitors for many years not to throw dead chickens into Loch Ness as we feared for Nessie’s health. Additionally, monsters resembling headless chickens have been reported all

Headless Chicken Monster
This monster is already feared in Loch Ness and may have migrated to Antarctica.

around the loch. Professor Kettle, leader of his project at Loch Ness said, “I fear that the headless chicken monster has migrated out of Loch Ness and

may be spreading globally. This could be a cause for concern so we will have to start a new scientific investigation without delay”.

More about the Antarctic monsters here.