Thursday, 17 September 2020

Do Ye Believe?








You make Nessie SAD 
when you don't believe.


Because, after all --


So here's an important reminder, Nessie!


Speaking of Loch Ness, last month My Rare One and I watched an outstanding TV series called "The Loch" which takes place there. It's a 6-part murder mystery about a serial killer and is just full of twists 'n turns! It was made in Britain by ITV in 2017 and may be called "Loch Ness" in some settings instead of "The Loch." If you get a chance to see it, I highly recommend it! (Acorn TV streaming service appears to have it and, for Canadians, so does CBC Gem streaming service). 



39 comments:

Laurie said...

That is a really good series. We’ve been enjoying acorn tv too and Brit box,, I loved the Nessie cartoons, is that what they’re called , really good.

Laura said...

i believe!
the show looks cool, i'll see if i can find it.
love & kisses & magical wishes!
~*~

DEZMOND said...

There are bigger monsters than Nessy around us.

Travel said...

I didn't know nessie believed in me. Hmm, I need to rethink this.

mxtodis123 said...

What a coincidence. Was doing a crossword yesterday and one of the questions was about Inverness.

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

Hahahahaha
Goth Ness Monster? Love it!
I have always been fascinated by the legends and the lore and the scientists trying to explain Nessie. And I’m gonna have to hunt down that series!

XoXo

anne marie in philly said...

nessie is more believable than bigfoot.

Lady M said...

Thanks for the recommendation - always looking for something new to watch and British mysteries are right up my alley. I have been to both Loch Ness and the Loch Ness monster museum multiple time and can only quote the infamous words of Angus Crock "is there a monster in your lake?"
https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video;_ylt=Awr9CKkiWWNfGxIA2J5XNyoA;_ylu=Y29sbwNncTEEcG9zAzEEdnRpZANCMjk0NF8xBHNlYwNzYw--?p=sctv+put+a+monster+in+you+loch&fr=mcafee#id=42&vid=4c3baba1607553e48d7466f8884b87e7&action=view

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Lady M -- Ye cheeky wee monkey!

Moving with Mitchell said...

Och aye, cheers fur th' smiles 'n' fur recommending Th' Loch.

Bob said...

The Loch Down Monster!

Kirk said...

I'll try to watch this. And you might want to watch the 1970 Billy Wilder film The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, in which the Loch Ness Monster figures into the plot.

bobbie said...

I believe!!!

Cynthia said...

If people would just stop calling her a monster . . . .

e said...

Of course I believe! I also believe in Sasquatch! 'There are more things in heaven and earth...' thus spake the Bard.

Love the memes! Worth more than a chuckle!

Marie Smith said...

I’ll look for that series! Sounds like my kind of tv.

Rommy said...

That TV series sounds perfect for the season. Sad thing is I have no idea what Acorn TV is, but I'll look around.

Brian Joseph said...

Nessie is a very cool legend. I actually wish such things were real.

The series looks good.

brewella deville said...

I love a British procedural, as much for the soothing backgrounds as the crime solving.

Parnassus said...

Hello Debra, There is also a Lake Erie Monster, but I believe it stays closer to the Michigan side. I have some Victorian photos of Loch Ness. I'll have to examine them with a lens to see if I can detect anything.
--Jim

Tundra Bunny said...

Nessie rules! Saskquatch drools! Yeti cool!

pam nash said...

I believe!!!

I just added "The Loch" to my watch list. Thanks!

LL Cool Joe said...

Those jumpers cracked me up. So 70's.

Guillaume said...

I don't believe in the Loch Ness Monster anymore. But I remember arguing endlessly with a friend about the Loch Ness Monster. Not whether he existed or not, but whether he was an elasmosaurus (his theory)or a plesiosaurus (my theory). However unlikely either were, my idea was more plausible.

Joanne Noragon said...

Another great set. No favs this time.

Bea said...

Thanks for the series rec.! I recognize the taller of the two actresses in the show's promo. She's brilliant.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Creepy. Stranger things have happened and worse forms of life have existed (one is a President).

Cheers.

Bob Johns said...

I Believe in You Nessie with all my heart!

baili said...

fun post dear Debra :)
enjoyed it so much

i wish i can find the show on Netflix ,i like such shows that give mind some work
blessings!

Mike said...

So this is where the Nessie baby's comment came from. I just noticed your blog update on my sidebar. Sometimes posts don't show up on the sidebar until hours after they've been posted which means they are not near the top. Then I don't notice them until later in the day/night. My sidebar is my reader.

The Blog Fodder said...

Why not believe in the Loch Ness Monster, or the Yeti or Sasquatch. It doesn't hurt anyone unless one carries it to extremes. I'd love to go looking for Nessie.

CraveCute said...

My ancestors are from Scotland, so a small part of me believes in Nessie. I've been thinking about getting the Acorn channel, this might push me to do it. I would love a coffee mug with "Believe in yourself when nobody else does".

Bohemian said...

There's so much we haven't seen that probably exists. Shit, there's things I probably haven't seen in my own neighborhood, but they're there!

This N That said...

I don't have Acorn but have been thinking about subscribing..I'm sure I would love that series that you saw...Love the Loch Down monster..

Linda said...

Oh, that poor sad Nessie, I believe in you fella! The TV series Loch Ness was great, such a good plot, and I liked the actors in it too. I wouldn't mind watching it again!

^.^ said...

I believe anything I see. Love, cat.

Fundy Blue said...

I believe!

Barbara said...

I watched that series a while back. I remember I liked it. I might just rewatch it to enjoy the end.

Magic Love Crow said...

Thanks Deb! Going to look for the tv show!