Saturday, 7 November 2015

More on the man "who invented Nessie"

Or not as the case may be. A commenter pointed out that a Loch Ness researcher had written on Digby George Gerahty over twenty years ago. The researcher was Steuart Campbell, author of the popular book,  "The Loch Ness Monster: The Evidence".

The article was "Who Invented the Loch Ness Monster?" published in the March/April 1992 issue of The Skeptic magazine. Steuart has kindly sent me the scans of these pages which I now include for your interest. You can view the first page and the second page via google drive.









7 comments:

  1. Great work GB. Thats why i like your blog so much ! U have a knack of finding things like this!

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    1. Thanks to Scully and John Alvarado for the inital info.

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    2. Thanks GB for posting the mag article, really did want to read it. Also thanks to Mr. Campbell for his generosity and graciousness. I don't think it was downloadable for free on the Internet and The Skeptic website offers to sell you a back issue, but unfortunately they are out of stock, Can you say Catch 22.

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  2. Grandpa's Dick8 November 2015 at 17:38

    Alex Cambell had no reason to tell stories, he was a journalist. ekm wouldn't understand ethics if they came out of the water and bit off the tiny penis he tries to wave in everyones dface to make it look bigger

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