TITLE: Nessie: Exploring the Supernatural Origins of the Lock Ness Monster
AUTHOR: Nick Redfern
DATE PUBLISHED: 2016
"Dive into the Dark and Turbulent Domain of Nessie, the World's Most Supernatural Monster
Deep in the black waters of Loch Ness lurks a long-necked, hump-backed monster that for centuries has fascinated those lucky--or unlucky--enough to see it. From the earliest sightings in 565 AD to the Nessie craze of the twentieth century, this creature has been steeped in the world of supernatural strangeness.
Join Nick Redfern on an exciting journey into the paranormal origins of Nessie, exploring ideas that go far beyond the ordinary. This comprehensive guide offers lore, unique theories, hot spots, and photographs. Experience firsthand encounters, discover how Nessie is connected to the occult, and meet other mysterious monsters that live in Loch Ness. Nessie presents a fresh approach to the mystery, one that will take you down new and sometimes frightening paths as you hunt for the truth. "
Nick Redfern has written a book that includes almost every bit of information he could find about Nessie. However, the chatty writing style isn't particularly coherent, with mulitple jumping around the time line and refering to people he had already mentioned or was going to mention later on in the book. The author also fails to provide satisfactory proof for his hypothesis, though the idea is interesting. The lack of illustrations/photographs in the books, especially when the author refers to them, is annoying. The book is interesting with new (to me) information, but flawed.