Ever so often a scientist pops up to offer a "scientific" explanation for a paranormal phenomenon - that doesn't actually address the phenomenon. This seems to be one of those since Loch Ness Monster sightings are not just of "bubbles" but of a large creature.
Legendary beast, or harmless geological activity? That is the question raised after a scientist's surprising theory about the Loch Ness Monster resurfaced recently.
Italian geologist Luigi Piccardi first floated his theory in 2001, telling a meeting of colleagues organized by the Geological Society of London and the Geological Society of America that seismic activity may underlie the majority of supposed monster sightings around the Scottish lake from which the fabled creature takes its name. Read more