Tourists' shock as Morag of Loch Morar – Scotland's second most famous monster – makes a comeback after 20 years
SHE has been quiet for more than two decades without even the hint of a recorded sighting…
But now Scotland’s second most famous Loch monster – Morag of Loch Morar – has made a comeback.
Holidaymaker Doug Christie, a recently retired oil industry engineer not given to flights of fancy, said he couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw a solid 20ft black shape in the water.
He and wife Charlotte say they saw the beast three times during a stay at Kisimuil B&B by the loch. Doug, 66, from Brechin, Angus, said: “I could not believe my eyes.
“I am not the type to get excited unduly but this just couldn’t be explained.
“It was a large black shape on the loch that looked just like a bit of a submarine and around the same size.
Charlotte said: “I thought it was a whale. We saw it three times in the space of two days.
“The longest sighting was about 10 minutes before it submerged again.”
The couple were staying for a night at the B&B owned by Barra-born Michael MacNeil, 53, and his 50-year-old nurse wife Catherine, who was brought up on the lochside.
From Screen Rant Godzilla: King of the Monsters director Michael Dougherty teases King Ghidorah with an image that makes a reference to...
Toho be rebooting their famed monster films in 2021 including new Godzilla, Mothra and Rodan movies connected in very much the same way as...
By Ken Hulsey Disney is way better at making Star Wars prequels than sequels. Let's just cut to the chase, Solo is a really, really...