Loch Ness Bibliography
Loch Ness and Lake Monsters:
The Bibliography Melissa Alles
Armstrong, Edward H. Sticking My Neck Out!By Nessie. Langholm, Scotland: Armstrong, 1983. SuggestsNessie is a swimming elephant.
Binns, Ronald. The Loch Ness Mystery Solved.Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1984.
Bradley, Michael. More Than a Myth: TheSearch for the Monster of Muskrat Lake. Willowdale, Ontario:Hounslow Press, 1989. Investigation of Canada’s “Mussie,”settling on the giant “worm” hypothesis.
Brookesmith, Peter, ed. Creatures from Elsewhere:Weird Animals That No-One Can Explain. London: Orbis Publishing,1984. Anthology of articles from The Unexplained. Includesman-beasts, weird winged creatures, sea monsters, lake monsters,merfolk, and werewolves.
Costello, Peter. In Search of Lake Monsters.New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghehan, 1974.
Dinsdale, Tim. The Leviathans. London:Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966.
Dinsdale, Tim. Loch Ness Monster. London:Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1972.
Eberhart, George M. Monsters: A Guide toInformation on Unaccounted-for Creatures, Including Bigfoot, ManyWater Monsters, and Other Irregular Animals. New York: Garland,1983.
Frere, Richard. Loch Ness. London: JohnMurray, 1987. Illustrated history of the loch. Final chapterfocuses on Nessie.
Gaal, Arlene B. Ogopogo: the True Storyof the Okanogan Lake Million Dollar Monster. Surrey, BC: HancockHouse, 1986.
Gibson, John A., and David Heppell, eds. Proceedingsof the Symposium on the Loch Ness Monster: “The Search forNessie in the 1980s.” Foremount House, Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire,Scotland: The Scottish National History Library, 1988. Containsedited papers presented at an annual meeting of the InternationalSociety of Cryptozoology.
Holiday, F.W. The Great Orm of Loch Ness:A Practical Inquiry into the Nature and Habits of Water-Monsters.New York: Norton, 1969.
Mackal, Roy P. The Monsters of Loch Ness.Chicago: Swallow Press, 1976.
McEwan, Graham J. Mystery Animals of Britainand Ireland. London: Robert Hale, 1986. Mystery cats, seaserpents, Nessie and other lake monsters, black dogs, the Owlmanof Mawnan, and the Brentford Griffin.
McLeod, James R. Mysterious Lake Pend Oreilleand Its “Monster”: Fact and Folklore. Coeur d’Alene:Wordcraft, 1987.
Meredith, Dennis L. Search at Loch Ness:The Expedition of the New York Times and the Academy of AppliedScience. New York: Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co., 1977.
Moon, Mary. Ogopogo: The Okanogan Mysteryfrom Indian Lore to Contemporary Evidence, the Facts About theLegendary Monster of British Columbia’s Okanogan Lake. Vancouver:J.J. Douglas, 1977.
Newton, Michael. Monsters, Mysteries andMan. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1979. Unknown hominoids,extant dinosaurs, sea and lake monsters, vampires, werewolves,UFOs.
Reinstadt, Randall A. Mysterious Sea Monstersof California’s Central Coast. Carmel, CA: Ghost Town Publications,1979. Sea serpents, sea monsters, giant octopods, and other unidentifiedmarine life.
San Souci, Robert D. The Loch Ness Monster:Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1989.
Time-Life. Mysterious Creatures. Alexandria,VA: Time-Life Books, 1988. From the series “Mysteries ofthe Unknown.” Mostly marine monsters, Nessie, Bigfoot, andYeti. Also includes section on monsters in film.