Loch Ness Monster: Known Reports (general sources)

MHTv1 Sources:

  • Encyclopedia of Unsolved Mysteries, by Colin and Damon Wilson, 1988 Contemporary Books, Inc. ISBN: 0-8092-4524-8. pg. 121-134
  • Folklore of Scottish Lochs and Springs, by James Murray Mackinlay, 1893 William Hodge & Co., Glasgow, Scotland. pg. 179=181
  • Gairloch in North-West Ross-Shire: Part II - Inhabitants of Gairloch: Chapter XIII - Superstitions Generally, by John H. Dixon, originally published 1886, re-presented in webpage form 2010. http://www.electricscotland.com/history/gairloch/g236.htm
  • The life of Saint Columba: founder of Hy, By Saint Adamnan, compiled & notated by William Reeves, 1857 University Press, Dublin, Ireland. Pg. 140-142
  • The life of Saint Columba: founder of Hy, By Saint Adamnan, edited & translated by William Reeves, 1874 Edmonston and Douglas, Edinburgh, Scotland. Pg. 55-56
  • The Loch Ness Monster, by Rupert T. Gould, 1976 University Books, Inc., USA (complete reproduction of the original 1934 edition published by Geoffrey Bles, London). ISBN: 0-8065-0555-9. Pg. 25-27, 43-46, 75
  • "Monk Reports Seeing the Loch Ness Monster," article in The Sun, July 1, 1934, newspaper of Baltimore, MD, USA. pg.36
  • The Mountain Bard, by James Hogg, 1807 J. Ballantyne and Co, Edinburgh, Scotland. pg. 94-95
  • Popular tales of the West Highlands: orally collected, edited by John Francis Campbell, 1893 Alexander Gardner, London, England. pg. 302
  • Social Life in Scotland: from early to recent times, Vol. 3, by Charles Rogers, 1886 William Paterson, Edinburgh, Scotland. pg. 339-340
  • The Story of the Loch Ness Monster, by Tim Dinsdale, 1973 Allan Wingate Ltd. and Universal-Tandem Publishing Co., Ltd., England.
  • "Traces of River-Worship in Scottish Folk-Lore," by J.M. Mackinlay, article in Proceeding of the Society of Antiquities of Scotland, Session MDCCCXCV.-XCVI., Vol. XXX, January 10, 1896 Neill and Company, Edinburgh, Scotland. pg. 74
  • Unexplained!, by Jerome Clark, 1993 Visible Ink Press, Detroit, MI, USA. ISBN: 0-8103-9436-7. pg.220-231
  • Unexplained Phenomena: A Rough Guide Special (1st edition), by Bob Rickard and John Michell, 2000 Rough Guides, Ltd., 62-70 Shorts Gardens, London, England. ISBN: 1-85828-589-5. pg. 273-278
  • Wikipedia, 2008-2009 web site, by various, http://wikipedia.com [A Note From Garth: This is a good starting place for research, but don’t trust it too much.] - loch ness monster, columba, loch ness