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Rescuers search Loch Ness after man falls in near Dores Bay

Emergency services rescued one man but are still searching for another in the water near Dores Bay.
Tags: News, Loch Ness, Dores Bay


This new radar lets cars see around corners

Researchers at a US university have developed a new kind of radar which — when equipped with some AI wizardry — can help cars see round corners. Princeton university engineers have created a type of Doppler radar, typically used to catch speeding cars, that bounces radio waves off stationary objects to effectively “see” around corners. Coupled with algorithms that interpret how the radiowaves reflect off secondary objects, the radar can interpret moving objects that are out of human view. It kin...
Tags: Startups, Cars, US, Artificial Intelligence, Princeton, Shift, Loch Ness, McDonald, Neural


Large fish photographed in Loch Ness

Tourist Steve Challice, from Southampton in England, thought he was merely taking a photo of a "big fish" in Loch Ness while on holiday in Scotland. That's not how Loch Ness works, buddy. As reported by The Daily Record, he posted his shot online only to prove, to the satisfaction of many, that Nessie is alive and well. He estimated that it was 30 feet away and about 8 feet long. He stated that it was only during lockdown that he has had time to look through the photos he had taken from his two ...
Tags: Post, England, News, Scotland, Southampton, Loch Ness, Steven, Cryptids, Steve Challice


The Ghostbusters Will Reunite for Josh Gad’s ‘Reunited Apart’ on June 15

Frozen star Josh Gad has been bringing a lot of joy to fans of some of the most beloved films of all time thanks to his web series Reunited Apart. On the series so far, Gad has virtually reunited the cast and filmmakers of The Goonies, Back to the Future, Splash, and Lord of the Rings, and now it sounds like there’s something strange in his neighborhood, because he put in a call to the Ghostbusters. Reunited Apart will debut its Ghostbusters episode next Monday June 15, and an amusing teaser ha...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Dave, Sony, Bill-Murray, Jason-Reitman, Sigourney-Weaver, Ghostbusters, Kevin Kline, Loch Ness, Video Clips, Josh-Gad, Gad, Reitman, Rick Moranis


New Leaf Vote for July • Life's a Beach: Water, Water, Everywhere

It's time to select the book that the New Leaf Book Club will read in July, 2020. The theme is Life's a Beach: Water, Water, Everywhere We love new participants. We're happy for you to vote, but in the interest of a vibrant conversation, we'd like to request that you please not vote unless you plan to join the discussion whatever the selection. :) So if you haven't posted in a book club thread yet, do please say a quick hello here or in the Welcome thread. This is a poll. V...
Tags: Books, Usa, New York, Hollywood, Australia, America, Atlantic, United States, New York Times, Book Clubs, Dreamworks, PERCY, Philadelphia, US Navy, Spielberg, Long Island


Amazon Prime Video June 2020 Movie & TV Titles Announced

Amazon Prime Video June 2020 movie & TV titles announced The list for the new Amazon Prime Video June 2020 movies and TV titles has been released, which you can view below! This includes new Amazon original movies, series and specials including weekly docuseries Regular Heroes, Gina Brillion’s third stand-up special Gina Brillon: The Floor is Lava and Patrick Vollrath’s feature directorial debut 7500. RELATED: Blumhouse’s Run Sweetheart Run Acquired By Amazon Studios PRIDE Collection: Find...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Berlin, John Lennon, US, Long, Paris, Showtime, Elton John, TV News, Streaming, Mike Myers, Rachel Mcadams, Pbs, Bronx


CLEAR AS DAY

Loch Ness Monster 'caught on camera' in first official sighting of 2020 (Thanks to John Lobert)
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Recap

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Recap Sabrina Spellman had come a long way from the modest beginnings of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Where she had once hesitated to sign her name in Satan’s book, Sabrina was now entrenched in the politics of hell and magicks beyond Satanic in Season 3. To close out our recaps of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3, we are looking back at the storylines that drove Sabrina, her friends, and her coven. Queen of Hell Season 2 ended wit...
Tags: TV, Movies, Scotland, Earth, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Recap, NICK, Lucifer, Robin, Loch Ness, TV Recap, Judas, Judith, Blackwood


Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 2 Recap

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 2 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina and her friends retrieved Nick, along with Lucifer, from hell, and she ascended to the throne as others in hell questioned Lilith’s legitimacy. In Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 2, Sabrina is conflicted over her main duty of dragging souls to hell. Pinwheels Lilith pulled Sabrina aside during cheerleading practice. Not enough souls had been d...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Queen, TV News, Zelda, Damascus, Recap, NICK, Lucy, Lucifer, Loch Ness, TV Recap, Agatha, Judas, Judith


The Best Places in the World to Travel With Kids

If traveling was your whole life before you started a family, there is no reason why having children should stop you from pursuing your dreams and discovering new places. Of course, traveling with kids can be a challenge. Some destinations that seem fun and exciting can be a safety nightmare for your little ones. In addition, there are so many things to take into consideration and so many things to pack. However, there are many amazing destinations that are kid-friendly as well as worth explori...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Greece, California, Dubai, Hyde Park, Santa Barbara, Loch Ness, London England, Barbara, Oahu Hawaii, Science Museum, Dubai UAE, Inverness Scotland If, London England Numerous, Sea Center


Now on eBay: burnt bits of Aleister Crowley's infamous Boleskine House

Last year, the almost entirely charred remains of Boleskine House, occultist Aleister Crowley's infamous digs on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland that Jimmy Page later owned, went up for sale. Just days after Keith and Kyra Readdy purchased the property, the remaining wing burned in a fire. The Readdys have now established the charitable organization Boleskine House Foundation to restore the storied structure and use it "to promote education on the heritage of the house, to welcome the enjoym...
Tags: Post, News, Scotland, 666, Loch Ness, Jimmy Page, Crowley, Keith, Boleskine House, Aleister Crowley, The Beast, Readdy, Buy What Thou Wilt, Kyra Readdy, Boleskine House Foundation, Boleskine


3 Passports and a Plan Hatched in Lebanon: Ghosn's Escape Act

TOKYO -- By the time most of Japan had woken up on Tuesday, he was gone. One of the country's most famous criminal suspects had slipped past the cameras trained on his house, past the police and border guards and the Japanese citizens who for the past year have followed his every move.Carlos Ghosn, the deposed chief of the Nissan and Renault auto empire facing charges of financial wrongdoing, had fled to Lebanon, and no one in Japan -- not the authorities, the media or even the auto executiv...
Tags: Japan, News, France, Turkey, United States, New York Times, Tokyo, Parliament, Nissan, Beirut, Lebanon, Renault, Maya, Loch Ness, Ghosn, Carlos Ghosn


Whisky firm fails in claim to the name Loch Ness

Nessie was a feature of counter arguments why the business did not have sole right to the name for whisky products.
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Loch Ness could supply water to homes in dry summers

Scottish Water says its proposal would "improve the resilience" of the water supply to Inverness and Nairn.
Tags: News, Loch Ness, Inverness


Scotland’s Magic Year of Coasts and Waters

In Scotland, you’re never far from water. There’s Loch Ness with its mysterious waters, Loch Lomond with its classic song, lighthouses at the coasts, passages across to many islands. There are rivers, too, the Clyde, the Tay, the Forth, the Dee, and the Spey among them, along with streams, lochans, waterfalls… Scotland’s ways of life are, and have been through time, influenced and...Read the whole entry... »          Related Stories Learning Gaelic4 Ways to Explore Native American HeritageHe...
Tags: Travel, Music, Scotland, Sports, History, Sea, Nature, River, Ocean, World Music, Europe Travel, Heidelberg, City Or Urban Travel, Kerry Projects, Loch Ness, Island Travel


Boy ill with cancer 'finds Loch Ness monster'

Five-year-old Zachary White has his greatest wish fulfilled after spending seven months in hospital.
Tags: News, Loch Ness, Zachary White


The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep

For two weeks in August, a multimillion-dollar search from air, land and sea sought to solve the 80-year mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance.Robert Ballard, the ocean explorer famous for locating the wreck of the Titanic, led a team that discovered two hats in the depths. It found debris from an old shipwreck. It even spotted a soda can. What it did not find was a single piece of the Lockheed Electra airplane flown in 1937 by Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan, which vanished during their ...
Tags: News, Barack Obama, Amelia Earhart, New York Times, Kansas, State Department, South Pacific, National Geographic Channel, Norwich City, Fiji, Loch Ness, Campbell, National Museum, Ballard, HONOLULU Hawaii, University of Tennessee


Weekly Roundup, Friday 6 September 2019

The results of one of the questions in our reader survey about short and weekend breaks. See article below. Good morningMany thanks to the kind people who responded to the start of this year’s annual fundraising drive.  There’s something a bit off with the supporter program’s reporting at present, and I’m sure it has undercounted the people who have helped out in the last week, but there was a lot of activity and I hope to be able to update you more exactly next week.Meantime, I’m coming up wi...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Europe, England, London, California, France, Scotland, Hotels, Wikipedia, Trains, Miscellaneous, US, Newsletter, Intel, David


Newly discovered immune cell linked to type 1 diabetes

In a discovery that might be likened to finding medicine's version of the Loch Ness monster, a research team from Johns Hopkins Medicine, IBM Research and four collaborating institutions is the first to document the existence of long-doubted 'X cell', a 'rogue hybrid' immune system cell that may play a key role in the development of type 1 diabetes.
Tags: Science, Loch Ness, Johns Hopkins Medicine IBM Research


Exclusive excerpt of Rudy Rucker's new novel: Million Mile Road Trip

Rudy Rucker's 23rd novel is out today! It's called Million Mile Road Trip. Rudy is one of my all-time favorite authors and he has kindly given me permission to run an excerpt here. “Stratocast” An Excerpt from Million Mile Road Trip by Rudy Rucker [email protected] 2,300 Words April 22, 2019 ========== Villy’s brother Scud and the Szep alien Pinchley are in front seat of the highly modified car that they call the purple whale. Zoe and Villy are in back. Villy’s two-thirds-size Flying Vee...
Tags: Science Fiction, Video, News, Rudy, Harmony, Loch Ness, Rudy Rucker, Zoe, Harmon, Scud, Villy, Paramecia, Szep, Villy Zoe, Zoe Villy, Nile Villy


What We’re Reading: April 22-26

 The origins of Loch Ness, wi-fi, Pickleball, gorilla selfies, and much more, compiled by Anne-Marie Siudzinski, Senior Library Information Specialist. An airport with a garden AND a waterfall. Does “Wi-Fi” actually stand for anything?  Nope. Beautiful fire poppies. What the heck is pickleball? Ron B/flickr/2017 Gorilla selfies.  They sure have a lot of attitude. Dinosaurs and Loch Ness have a connection. 3-D crosswalks may make driving safer. Living in your Own Private Idaho (Potato).  This is...
Tags: Apple, Radio, Loch Ness, What We're Reading, Ron, Anne Marie Siudzinski


For sale: charred remains of Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page's Loch Ness home

For sale: Boleskine House, occultist Aleister Crowley's infamous digs on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland that Jimmy Page later owned. The Georgian home, sitting on 9.3 hectares (22.9 acres), burned in 2015 but the exterior walls remain. The real estate agent is open to bids over £200,000. According to the sales materials, "The opportunity now exists to restore the house and grounds to create an outstanding property subject to obtaining the necessary consents." Consents? I say, remodel a...
Tags: Post, News, Scotland, Homes, Led Zeppelin, Loch Ness, Jimmy Page, Crowley, Boleskine House, Aleister Crowley, Magick, Live Where Thou Wilt


Join Our Special September Tours

We’ve two very special tours available for you this September.  Choose either, or choose both (we’ve timed them so you can do them, one after the other).They are special because they are each a new itinerary we’ve not offered before, and with some new concepts included.  Although we’ve been designing and operating tours for – gulp – close on 30 years, we’re still learning, fine-tuning, and tweaking.We really love the enhancements added to these two tours and are sure you will too. Urquhart Cast...
Tags: Travel, London, France, Scotland, David, Highlands, Loch Ness, Destination, Travel Insider Touring, Loire River, Loire Valley, Fort William, Tobermory, Urquhart Castle, Loire Valley Landcruise The Loire Valley


Earth from Space, episode 1, review: the astonishing money shots of life from on high

In the parallel universe in which I get listed in Who’s Who, my hobby will be set down as “staring out of aeroplane windows”. (From the air, obviously.) The gift of flight has given humanity a bird’s-eye view of the world which never ceases to astonish. Earth from Space (BBC One) tapped into that wonder with the help of satellite photography that, freakily, can zoom in on an elephant in Kenya. The result was an hour of television – with three more to come – that was long on awe. Images of the Sa...
Tags: Science, China, Antarctica, Kenya, God, Venice, Chiwetel Ejiofor, San Andreas Fault, Loch Ness, Okavango Delta, Lake Baikal Siberia, Space BBC


Ruins of historic Boleskine House on Loch Ness up for sale

What remains of the house has been put up for sale - along with over 22 acres of land - for over £500,000.
Tags: News, Loch Ness, Boleskine House


Hear an Exclusive Track From Carter Burwell’s ‘Missing Link’ Soundtrack

Carter Burwell, one of the best film composers in the business, lends his singular talents to the upcoming Laika animated film Missing Link. Light, playful, and immediately recognizable as something created by Burwell (Carol, Fargo and many more), the Missing Link score is a treat. We have an exclusive track from Burwell’s Missing Link soundtrack, and you can hear it below. Missing Link Soundtrack Lakeshore Records will release Missing Link – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack composed ...
Tags: Movies, Scotland, Loch Ness, Carter Burwell, Zach Galifianakis, Walter Martin, Lionel, Burwell, Chris Butler, Laika, Soundtracks, Missing Link, Lionel Frost Hugh Jackman, Adelina Fortnight Zoe Saldana, Pacific Northwest Mr Link, Shangri La Along


‘Ghostbusters’ 35th Anniversary One-Shot Comics Kick Off with a Journey into Atlantis

This year marks the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters. After the kind of celebration there was for the 30th anniversary, this doesn’t feel like quite as thrilling of a milestone, even though we did just get the exciting announcement of a new Ghostbusters sequel following up with the original franchise in the summer of 2020. But the folks at IDW Publishing are celebrating by keeping their outstanding Ghostbusters comic book series going strong, and this time the team is heading to one of the most...
Tags: Books, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Sony, Ghostbusters, Cool Stuff, Loch Ness, Janine, Peter Venkman, WINSTON, IDW Publishing, Comic Book/Superhero, Winston Zeddemore, Erik Burnham, Ghostbusters: Answer The Call


Can't get the staff: Scenic Highlands at eye of Scotland's Brexit storm

Glen Mhor Hotel, a picturesque base for tourists hunting Scotland's Loch Ness monster, is struggling to find staff for the summer season as workers from the European Union snub Brexit Britain.
Tags: Money, Scotland, European Union, businessNews, Loch Ness, Glen Mhor Hotel


Solo Female Travel in England, Scotland, and Wales — A UK Guide

I have spent a LOT of time traveling alone in England, Scotland, and Wales. Much more than I originally intended. I went to Europe without a plan, ended up living for months at a time in two different cities in England, and used them as a base to explore the country. I never thought the UK would become one of my most extensively traveled countries. At the time, I was more interested in warmer, sexier, more exotic travel destinations — the UK seemed so boring compared to Thailand or Italy or Sou...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, London, Featured, Wales, Scotland, US, Blog, Barcelona, Aberdeen, Thailand, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Liverpool


Road tripping the Scottish Highlands

Few adventures are as memorable as exploring the northern reaches of Scotland by road. You’ve learned to drive on the left-hand side (or coerced a British friend into driving), secured a car, and you’re ready to begin your road trip through the Scottish Highlands. There’s only one problem: the Highlands are huge. With so many ancient towns, castle ruins, and imposing mountains scattered throughout this vast landscape, it can be tough to know where to start, or how to plan the most scenic rout...
Tags: Travel, UK, Scotland, Aberdeen, Monty Python, Glasgow, Royal Family, Edinburgh, Botanic Gardens, Road Trip, Highlands, Scottish Highlands, Skye, All, Loch Ness, Shetland Islands