The lack of visitors to the iconic Scottish loch during lockdown has made it possible for nature to take over.
A series of images showing some sort of creature emerging from the loch have recently appeared online.
Recent accounts have indicated that the Loch Ness Monster is not the only thing lurking in the Scottish wilds.
You might not be able to visit Loch Ness in person, but there is another way to hunt for the iconic monster.
Could some reports of Scotland's most famous lake monster be the result of seismic activity ?
The Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register has reported its second Nessie sighting of the year.
There were more registered sightings of the Loch Ness Monster in 2019 than in any other year this century.
Veteran Loch Ness Monster hunter Steve Feltham has spent over 25 years searching for the elusive creature.
The results of a biological study of Loch Ness have revealed a possible explanation for the elusive monster.
Footage showing a large serpentine animal swimming away from Loch Ness has recently emerged online.
A biological study of Loch Ness has produced a credible explanation for the Loch Ness Monster phenomenon.
A boat skipper has captured a sonar image of something large lurking in the depths of the world-famous loch.
Eoin O' Faodhagain had been watching a live Loch Ness webcam when he spotted something odd in the water.
Lifeboat officials in Scotland have warned social media users not to flock to the world famous loch en masse.
Gloria and Ian Davison had been visiting the Scottish Highlands when they spotted something in the loch.
A recent effort to trawl Loch Ness for potential 'monster' DNA has reportedly yielded some interesting results.
A bizarre new trend has seen tourists throwing Haribo sweets in to Loch Ness to try and lure the monster.
Eoin O'Faodhagain from Donegal captured the video from a webcam that overlooks the famous Scottish loch.
Scientists are aiming to learn exactly what types of creatures are living in Scotland's enigmatic loch.
The iconic monster earned the top spot in the poll which included several of the UK's most enduring enigmas.