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Nessie hunter captures footage of 10ft 'black shape' moving in Loch Ness


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yikes

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8 hours ago, Ell said:

That most likely was a bigfoot.

 

They get around.

Nah it was bigfoot paddleboard, poor guy falled and probably die in that frigid water, his corpse phazed out in another dimension like always.

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Log, wave or a seal.

Move along. Nothing to see here.

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Log, log, log, log..........

Way too slow for most anything else. Appears the wind is blowing right to left, maybe at a few km per hour, which coincidentally is the direction this "monster" was slowly floating.

Assuming it is 10 feet long. Then it traveled a total of about 200 feet in 10 minutes. That's about 0.25 miles per hour. 

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On 11/24/2022 at 4:48 PM, UM-Bot said:

A veteran Loch Ness Monster hunter has spotted something unusual moving through the waters of Scotland's famous loch.

I'd be embarrassed to be classed as a veteran at something like this.

Reporter: 'so how long have you been looking for fairies'?

Veteran fairy hunter: 'pheew 50 years'

Reporter: 'aint found any yet then'?

Veteran fairy hunter: 'NA'

Reporter: 'oh well, no harm in trying as they say'

Veteran fairy hunter: 'NA. Who's to say I can't'

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Let's see. I'm 58 years old and I've searched for Nessie for decades. I've got a tripod to keep my camera steady. To bad I'm such a cheapskate that when I send my videos to YouTube nobody can see ****.
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I don't think the videos author intended to film the log. He likely reviewed many days of footage and the best thing he had was a log VERY SLOWLY floating by. So he posted it. YouTube accounts need content, and a log is better then no video at all.

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On 11/26/2022 at 6:08 PM, jethrofloyd said:

I love the Loch Ness monster mystery, but this is starting to be ridiculous.

Are you kidding me? That's the best evidence to date. LOL!

 

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