Loch Ness Monster
1933 Oct-Dec Scottish Lake "Mystery", The Monster, The "Monster" of the Scottish Lakes, That Monster
Dec Loch Ness "Monster", Loch Ness Monster, Scotland's Lake Monster, Loch Ness Marine Monster, Loch Ness "Monster", A Strange
Monster, Loch Ness Monster, Sea Serpents
1933 Dec The Scottish Serpent, Mentioned in Commons, Benefits Tradesmen, Loch
Ness "Monster", Seasonal Sea Serpents, Just What Is the Monster of Loch Ness?
1933 Dec Perhaps "The Monster of Loch Ness",
Scottish Scare, The Loch's Romantic History
1933 Dec - 1934 Jan Loch Ness Mystery Still Unsolved, Claws and Nails, "Water
Kelpies and Other Evils", Loch Ness Monster Filmed!, "Scottish Invention to Attract Visitors", Uncanny Tales of "Beast" with Big Eyes
Jan Film Shown of Loch Ness Sea Monster, Foot Like Hippopotamus, Lake Monster Nearly Hit By Cyclist, Those in Peril in the Deep,
Some Varsity Hoaxes, The Loch Ness Monster
1934 Jan Is It a Sea Serpent?, A Survey of an Investigation, Deep Sea Monsters,
1934 Jan-Feb Gippsland 'Monster', Strange Things People Believe, The Monster Again, Tracing the Loch Ness
Monster, That Elusive Monster
1934 Feb-Mar That Monster, A Shy Creature of Many Humps, Is It a Seal?, Another scottish
1934 Mar Is It a Tin Fish?, Conflicting Theories, Evidence Analysed, Supposed Grey Seal
What It May Be, Vanished Monster, Berlin Paper Reports Capture of Loch Ness Monster, Thousands Look For Loch Ness Monster, Bunyip
1934 Apr-May The Loch Ness Monster, Fact or Fantasy?, Margaret Rose's "Monster", Supposed Lock Ness Monster, The
Monster Retires, Loch Ness Monster Photographed By London Surgeon, Vigil at Loch Ness
1934 May-June Another Legend?, New
Fashions, Sea Serpents, That Elusive Monster, Newspaper's Seasonal Joke, Cause of Sudden "Epidemic", Australian Museum Magazine, Rival
to Loch Ness Monster, Monster is Profitable, Realistic Impression of "Sea Serpent"
1934 June It's True!, Peculiar Insurances,
They Say..., "Resembles Nothing Now Living", Loch Ness Thrives, A Fool Born Every Minute
A sketch as described by Mr. and Mrs. Spicer.
Hugh Grey's photograph.
Scottish Film Productions claim to have filmed the creature.
Marmaduke Weatherall's "amphibian" footprints.
The surgeon's photograph of the Loch Ness Monster.