Conspiracy Theories, Cryptozoology, Urban Legends

What the hell is THAT? The curious case of the Montauk Monster

Meet the Montauk Monster, a bizarre, unidentified carcass that washed up on the beach in 2008 and has dumbfounded scientists and animal experts ever since... Jenna Hewitt and three friends discovered this hideous, hairless creature on Ditch Plains Beach, just east of Montauk, New York, on July 12th 2008. Hewitt took this photograph and passed… Continue reading What the hell is THAT? The curious case of the Montauk Monster

Cryptozoology, Ghosts, Time Travel, Unsolved Mysteries

The truth about Loch Ness – time travel and the Taos Hum

Loch Ness in Scotland is a hotbed of intrigue, mostly because of copious alleged sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, affectionately dubbed ‘Nessie’. A little further investigation reveals that Loch Ness has also played host to poltergeists, the famous Taos Hum, birds going berserk and time travel. So just what is going on at Loch… Continue reading The truth about Loch Ness – time travel and the Taos Hum

Cryptozoology, Unsolved Mysteries, Urban Legends

Half-fish, half-polar bear – the mysterious ‘Trunko’

The world is full of stories about mysterious creatures that inhabit the ocean. One of those is the enigmatic Trunko, a half-fish, half-polar bear monster with an elephantine trunk, spotted battling two killer whales off the coast of Margate Beach, South Africa in 1924… This astonishing encounter between two killer whales and a large creature… Continue reading Half-fish, half-polar bear – the mysterious ‘Trunko’

Conspiracy Theories, Cryptozoology, Hoaxes, Unsolved Mysteries

Two new sightings of the Loch Ness Monster?

As the vote on Scottish independence looms, one of Scotland's most famous residents appears to have weighed into the argument - the Loch Ness Monster. It's been reported by several newspapers over the last few days that the Loch Ness Monster - nicknamed Nessie - has registered her vote on the issue of Scottish independence… Continue reading Two new sightings of the Loch Ness Monster?