Lake Monster Mysteries

I’m really excited to be able to say that the latest episode of the Monster Talk Podcast features an interview with yours truly about the Bownessie lake monster and the Tom Pickles photograph that first really hooked my attention on the case. Hello to those who may have been brought to my blog because of the interview – I want to reiterate the point that I am an amateur researcher when it comes to things such as ghosts and monsters – and Bownessie is the first lake monster case that I’ve ever really gotten involved with.

You can read my initial article about my research here and a ffollow-uparticle here. Research is still ongoing and I really hope that at some stage in the future I can visit the area in which Bownessie has been allegedly seen – especially as my BARsoc colleagues live so close to the lake.

So, please do go and listen to Monster Talk, it was great fun and I’ll admit I was very nervous being on the podcast. It’s one of my favourites and I really admire Karen, ┬áBlake and Ben. Check out their back catalogue of episodes too – it’s worth it.

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Hayley is a ghost geek and started to blog in 2007. She uses scientific scepticism to investigate weird stuff and writes about it here while also speaking publicly about how to hunt ghosts as a skeptic.

11 Comments on Lake Monster Mysteries

  1. Apropos of nothing and yes I am twelve, but I giggle every time you say “Tom Pickles.” I love Monster Talk (and was so lucky to meet Ben Radford a couple weeks ago) so I will definitely listen to this one!

  2. Great interview Hayley. You didn’t sound nervous. I suspect we’ve not seen or heard the last of Bownessie.

  3. Given the prevalence of lake country here in the US I’m curious as to why these legends are not particularly common here while they appear to be, from my limited knowledge, over in the UK? Any theories on that?

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