Lecturer’s research receives national news coverage

A historic plot to hunt down the Loch Ness monster with the aid of bounty hunters –  uncovered by SHU journalism lecturer David Clarke – has received national news coverage. 

Dr Clarke discovered documents which revealed how the National History Museum in London appealed to so-called bounty hunters to help secure the carcass of the Loch Ness monster. The findings were revealed in his new book Britain’s X-traordinary Files, which examines various myths and stories in the country’s folklore.

The news coverage included stories in the Daily Mail, The Scotsman and the Sunday Express.

Sunday Express

Daily Mail:

Daily Star

The Scotsman

Aberdeen Press & Journal

Yorkshire Post


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