Welcome to the county of Dunroamin - a place completely untouched by humans.
The small, quiet village of Drumdrui nestles in the heart of Dunroamin and is home to the haggis.
It can be found just north of Darmaeddie Loch, but just where Darmaeddie Loch is, nobody really knows.
The haggis is quite an odd-looking creature. Its ability to run and swim with only three legs, and use its feet as hands and fingers too, is both comical and astounding.
The haggis loves to sing and its bagpipe-like tones can be heard for miles around.
Seeing the haggis at work and at play is both an incredible and inspiring sight to watch.
Newly born haggises, or haggisen, could be mistaken for ginger-red cotton wool balls running around on three matchsticks.
The haggis lives in a burrow, hidden by heather and protected by the rowan trees that the haggis believes to be key to its survival.
It has strong superstitions about kelpies and witches, and believes people to be a wild myth from centuries gone by.
But Brodie is about to change that when his hunger for the truth lands him, and all other haggises, in more danger than he would ever believe as the two worlds cross over when he returns to the Scottish Highlands.
Can he escape without being discovered … and without revealing the Secret of Loch Ness?