The Loch Ness Monster is one of Scotland’s oldest and most enduring myths. It inspires books, TV shows, and films, and sustains a significant tourism industry around its home. Some researchers have ridiculed and debunked this legendary water creature, but now it is not as far-fetched as scientists once thought. Recently found fossils indicate plesiosaurs could have actually existed where the legend of the Loch Ness Monster lives because they were found in a freshwater river. Could Nessie still be lurking in this mysterious Scottish sea inlet? On Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with paranormal investigator and author, Chad Lewis about NESSIECARY EVIDENCE.
Originally Broadcast On 08/05/2022