Book Review – A Monstrous Commotion – The Mysteries of Loch Ness by Gareth Williams

Book Review – A Monstrous Commotion – The Mysteries of Loch Ness by Gareth Williams

Nessie has had a long and storied life. Whether or not it simply is a tourist attraction, a sea monster that does not take a good picture, there is plenty to think about in this book. Gareth Williams is your guide, and  his intelligent and considered writing style lets people, and examines all of the evidence in a nearly forensic fashion. As could be expected, there are plenty of foot-notes and other sources of evidence that are all examined. Using modern technology, he debunks some of the most well known pictures, but some of the pictures defy explanation. Sometimes they are obviously faked, but used the best technology at the time to create pictures. If you are believer in the Loch Ness Monster, or just have a fleeting interest in the subject, this well-researched factual book could well be the book to make you think differently about the Loch Ness Monster.

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