Loch Linnhe, located near Glen Coe in Scotland, is a saline saturated body of water renowned for its sizable cod and mackerel populations. Separated from Loch Eil by Corpash Narrows near Fort Williams, Loch Linnhe is the reported home of an unknown marine creature dubbed Linnhe by the local people.
Sightings of this creature are extremely rare, an odd fact when you consider that during the summer photographers flock to the lake due to its alignment with the setting sun and the excellent fishing drawls fishermen from all over the countryside to Loch Linnhe. With all of these people visiting the Loch every year you would think that there would be more than a small handful of sightings.
There is currently no physical evidence that would suggest the existence of a large unknown marine mammal living in Loch Linnhe.
No documented sightings of Linnhe could be found at this time.
The Stats – (Where applicable)
• Classification: Lake Monster
• Size: Unknown
• Weight: Unknown
• Diet: Unknown
• Location: Loch Linnhe, Scotland
• Movement: Unknown
• Environment: Saltwater Lake