For 60 years, a newspaper photo of a prehistoric creature served as evidence of a "monster" lurking in Scotland's Loch Ness. Yet even after the photo was revealed to be a hoax, the legend of "Nessie" would not go away, so strong is the worldwide faith in its existence! This feature introduces the fascinating characters who have contributed to the lore of the Lock Ness Monster, men like British naval officer Russell Flint, who collided with a huge animal in the middle of the lake, and Tim Dinsdale, whose 16mm film of the monster spurred three decades of investigation. Examine the findings of several underwater explorations of the lake, and contemplate the possible explanations of how a massive animal might escape detection by scientific means, yet still be seen by hundreds of eyewitnesses. It's a spellbinding look at the legend surrounding one of the world's most famous mysteries.