Specific Location: Loch Ness
‘It may be mentioned here that Loch Ness has its apparition, as well as its monster. It is known to the Highlanders as the Old Man of Inverfarigaig. “The Bodach,” as he is called...
James Mackinlay in his Folklore of Scottish Lochs and Springs (1893) tells of another creature that was said to lurch in Loch Ness. ‘A noted demon-steed once inhabited Loch Ness, and was a cause of terror to the inhabitants of the neighbourhood.
Loch Ness is famed in modern times as the supposed abode of a strange long necked monster, but the area is also rich in folklore, which
The house – now a private residence – dates from the 19th century, and is famous for its association with Aleister Crowley, the most notorious magician of all time.
The most publicised and well known of the lake monsters, Nessie has captured the popular imagination. There are hundreds of sightings on record, which describe a roughly similar creature in and out of the water over a period of 200 years.