It’s been quite a banner year for the Loch Ness Monster!
While both have legend status in the Okanagan-Shuswap regions there are said to be more
We’ve all heard of Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster, or as it is more affectionately known, “Nessie”. The huge water-dwelling beast is probably Scotland’s most famous personality and in my opinion, infinitely more interesting than, say, Andy Murray.
What’s the creepiest thing you’ve encountered on your travels? If you’re very, very lucky, it might have been a cryptid. By definition, cryptids are “animals whose existence is questionable or disputed.” In plain terms, they’re mysterious monsters with a wacky or spooky assortment of fins, feathers, and/or fur.
Vacations come in many shapes and forms. Among the more unusual is the growing trend for cryptotourism, which the International Cryptozoology Museum estimates generates $140million annually in the US alone.
Is the Ayia Napa sea monster of Cape Greco, Cyprus anything more than a tourist attraction? Let’s look at the lack of evidence and find out!
On Sept. 8, the foothills town of Marion will host the state’s biggest-ever Bigfoot festival, a sasquatch tribute expected to draw thousands.