This year (2022) has been a slow year for Loch Ness monster sightings, with just the fifth being reported recently by the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register. In fact, the biggest news so far has been the announcement of the installation of five more 24/7 webcams around Loch Ness hotspots so that armchair hunters who can’t make the trip to Inverness can still experience the thrill of the chase. The chase hasn’t been much of a thrill for many years, but at one time it was – during wartimes. We were reminded of this recently by the website “We Are The Mighty” – a production and marketing services company for the military community – which gave overviews of a few noteworthy sightings of the Loch Ness monster that were linked to both World War I and World War II. Let’s take an in-depth look into these interesting stories and also one with a connection to Queen Elizabeth and the late Prince Philip involving the British Navy and the Loch Ness monster.