Facts on monster, Loch ness monster facts, What is the loch ness monster

Facts On Monster          When it comes to vampires, werewolves and other such creatures, Philippines is not new for it. But, the creatures or the monsters that you would read about here are more feared for. Many would say that they are folklores but sadly, they are not just folklores! There are many Filipinos who have experienced battling against these monsters, particularly in the far-flung towns in the Philippines which do not have electricity.

Facts On Monster

The aswangs are believed to be the most feared supernatural creatures found in the Philippines. They have the power to enter anyone’s body and through that they can harm the body of the ones they do not like. The female form of the monster is very common with an old, ugly woman having long, unkempt hair, eyes as red as blood with long nails and a tongue that is long and black. She has some holes under her armpits, which has oil, which provides her with the power of light. More...

 

 

Loch Ness Monster Facts

Loch Ness Monster Facts

The Loch Ness monster is considered to be the most popular cryptid all over the world. It is also called Nessie affectionately. Loch Ness belongs to one of the group among the interconnected lochs, which are seen in Great Glen, an area found in Scotland. Loch Lochy and Loch Oich are the other lakes in the group.

Loch Ness is very huge, and is known as the largest body of fresh water in Britain. It is long by 22 miles and is widest at one and a half mile. The total surface area is about 21 sq. miles. The depth of Loch Ness is about 800 feet. It is said that the loch is huge enough for holding ten times the world’s total population. More...

 

What Is The Loch Ness Monster ?

What Is The Loch Ness Monster ?

The Loch Ness monster is believed to be a cryptid, which is known to inhabit the Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. The speculation that is often heard is that the creature is a representation of the line of long surviving plesiosaurs. It is said to be similar to the other lake monsters found in Scotland and everywhere else, although its description differs from one story to another.

The interest and the belief in this animal got fluctuation when it was brought to the attention of the world in 1933. The evidence that can support its existence is anecdotal and has very few but, highly-disputed photographs and reading from SONAR. More...