Now you can help the faithful search for the Loch Ness monster without getting your feet wet. At www.lochness.scotland.net, a well-placed Web cam lets Nessie fans keep close tabs on the aquatic activities of the legendary lake-dweller.
In early June, a couple in Galveston, Texas, reported the first Internet sighting of the wily beast — or at least, the first Internet sighting of an unidentified black object moving quickly through the water.
Less experienced Nessie watchers might benefit from some research. At http://www.nessie.co.uk, they’ll find lots of Nessie trivia such as photos and reports of sightings through the ages, access to the weekly Nessie’s Loch Ness Times, and even a peek at Nessie’s diary.