Loch Ness begins with a prank. In the early evening a teenage girl and two boys are creating their own Loch Ness monster out of bloodied intestines, meat, and bones on the beach.
The following morning the prank loses its laughter when a human heart is found. Then another person dies at first thought to be a suicide until the police pathologist finds part of the victim’s brain is missing.
Detective Annie Redford investigates with help from another detective and a psychologist from Glasgow. The more answers they get the more questions arise as the killings escalate.
This series is short just six episodes and they go by quickly. I wish the writers gave the viewer more knowledge about the culprit and his family it would have I think made the twist at the end powerful. Instead the motivations behind the killings and why the culprit did what he or she did loses its impact.