Loch Ness without Nessie is like having a cheese sandwich without the cheese

While the point of Donald Wilson’s article Monster curse threat after Nessie snub, published 27 November, 2008, is a elusive as old Nessie herself, it does produce my favorite Loch Ness Monster quote from paranormal researcher Kevin Carlyon, who is the self-styled protector of the monster.

Loch Ness without Nessie is like having a cheese sandwich without the cheese.

Mr Carlyon was responding to comments by United Nations consultant Chris Pound who has completed an initial report on the area’s bid to be included on the UK government’s shortlist of World Heritage Status nominations for 2012 but wanted to leave mention of the Loch Ness Monster sighting out of the bid.

Carlyon in the past has cast spells (which seem to be working) on the loch to prevent Nessie hunters tracking down the elusive monster.

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