Make Way for “The Nessie Show”

Now you can help the faithful search for the Loch Ness monster without getting your feet wet. At, 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, 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.

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