But does he exist? The author plays his cards close to his chest throughout this entertaining...book.
Gareth Williams is the first to provide a non-partisan account of events at the loch ... Williams brings a dry wit and a scientist's illuminating perspective to the endless spectacle of Loch Ness folly. No one has written better about the great Nature debacle ... an entertaining and reasonably comprehensive account of this enduring animal myth
Williams is a staunch skeptic, but he has the good grace not to spoil the fun entirely. He is fascinated by the curious characters drawn to Loch Ness from all over the world; by the skulduggery and the hoaxes; and by the wacky methods employed by those hoping to capture the clinching piece of evidence.
A Monstrous Commotion is surely the best and sanest recent book on LNM: readable, informative and fully referenced.
Gareth William's excellent book isn't about the Loch Ness Monster; it's about the people who have looked for it.