Scotland

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…