The Loch Ness Monster is a cryptid, a creature whose existence has been suggested but is not discovered or documented by the scientific community. (Carroll, Robert T)
For more information see:
Carroll, Robert T. (09-02-23). "Cryptozoology". The Skeptic's Dictionary. Retrieved 2009-04-12.
http://www.nessie.co.uk/ (Nessie can be contacted here)
More remarkable than being an alleged surviving plesiosaur-like creature, Nessie is also an alleged Christian, converted by St. Columba in the 6th century (1). Until Nessie’s conversion, it is alleged she was a monstrous murderess but her conversion appears to have calmed her bloodthirsty ways.
I have visited Loch Ness on a few occasions and sadly, have not met the acquaintance of Nessie. However, I did hear one story suggesting that in addition to Loch Ness being the largest lake in Britain, it is also connected to other bodies of water via underwater tunnels. I have no idea how true this is, but it certainly would account for the inability of the scientific community to locate Nessie…