Scotland

Everyone especially Americans should see this. This film begins with an American billionaire coming out of the Scottish sky and ends with the potential victims of his vanity gazing into the sunset, pondering on their fate.


Could it be that the water monster living in Loch Ness is actually a land-dwelling camel like creature? Nick Redfern at Mysterious Universe investigates: Nineteen-thirty-three was certainly the year in which Nessie…








Possibly the most viewed and discussed UFO incident thus far in early 2012, though of questionable validity:

New sighting of two fast moving UFOs caught on video in Scotland. Recorded on a dashboard mounted camera from one of the Scottish mountain rescue teams.



Nuff said. More power to alternative energy efforts. Kirsty Scott reports in the Guardian:

It is the spirit that powers the Scottish economy, and now whisky is to be used to create electricity for homes in a new bioenergy venture involving some of Scotland’s best-known distilleries.

Contracts have recently been awarded for the construction of a biomass combined heat and power plant at Rothes in Speyside that by 2013 will use the by-products of the whisky-making process for energy production.



Via AOL News: Scotland. Known for medieval castles, highlands, islands, clans, kilts and one large lake where a legendary beastie, the Loch Ness Monster, allegedly resides. But for decades, Scotland has also…