Posted by: Nick Redfern on September 10th, 2012
In a new post at Loch Ness Mystery, Glasgow Boy begins:
“In the next instalment of the ‘Nessie on Land’ series, I would like to examine a not so well known story. In the course of emails between like minded Nessie people, I was reminded of this land sighting from 1934 which, like most such cases today, tends to move beneath the radar of modern Internet surfers. My fellow Nessie enthusiast pointed out that the provenance of the original story was the March 3rd 1934 edition of the Glasgow Herald which by a stroke of luck I was able to access and reproduce for your interest below. It is a fascinating story and all the more since the beast was so near to the witnesses. I am trying to think of a sighting that was so close in proximity to the observers but for now such an answer eludes me.”
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