Loch Linnhe is a sea loch on the west coast of Scotland. Loch Linnhe is 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) long, and an average of 2 kilometres (1.2 miles) wide.
In the 1940's, a witness said that she had seen a creature with a long neck swimming in Loch Linnhe. It had a long, dark brown neck, small black eyes, and stubby rounded horns.
On June 21, 1954, Mr. Eric Robinson, for two minutes, observed three humps which were low in the water. The humps were moving at 30-35 mph and the water was churning at the rear.
On June 22, 1964, Mrs. Preston saw the head and neck of a creature 25 yards away.
On, July 16, 1967, John Rankin Muir, William S. Muir, and some others saw, for ten minutes, a serpentine head and neck with two or three humps. It surfaced, and then it submerged; wether it continually did this or not, I do not know.
The Monster of Loch Ness (First Paperback Edition) Mackal, Dr. Roy P. The Swallow Press 1976