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New Loch Ness Monster video surfaces

By T.K. Randall
August 27, 2013 · Comment icon 37 comments



Urquhart Castle at the edge of Loch Ness. Image Credit: CC 2.0 Dave Conner
Footage taken by amateur photographer David Elder of a dark object in Loch Ness has appeared online.
The 50-year-old filmed the mysterious disturbance in the water from the south-west side of the loch near Fort Augustus. The footage shows what appears to be a dark object beneath the water producing a wave as it moves from right to left.

Elder was photographing a swan when he noticed the unusual wake. "I'm convinced this was caused by a solid black object under the water," he said. "The water was very still at the time and there were no ripples coming off the wave and no other activity on the water."
The video, which was published by the Mail Online, can be viewed below.



Source: Daily Record | Comments (37)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #28 Posted by kobolds 9 years ago
i don't see Loch Ness monster in the video . all I see is waves or ripples
Comment icon #29 Posted by Realm 9 years ago
This is about as much proof, as saying Bigfoot was swimming underwater creating the waves.
Comment icon #30 Posted by QuiteContrary 9 years ago
You go, Girl! Always keep 'em guessing!
Comment icon #31 Posted by MrBene 9 years ago
I always have been a huge fan of Nessie, but that's not him.
Comment icon #32 Posted by Zaphod222 9 years ago
I always have been a huge fan of Nessie, but that's not him. Him? I always thought of Nessie as a girl.
Comment icon #33 Posted by MrBene 9 years ago
Well I always thought of Nessie as a really angry male monster who is now retired, living somewhere else.
Comment icon #34 Posted by stuartee 9 years ago
Fished on many a lake in Ontario and have seen exactly the same wave rolling towards me many, many times. Those waves CAN be a little disconcerting. Pls don't insult us by posting these "sightings." Lets save ourselves for a little "credibility" shall we?? Jesus H. wept!!!!
Comment icon #35 Posted by zigoapex 9 years ago
we have a small lake next to a CC and it gets the same anomaly on the lake. not a monster
Comment icon #36 Posted by Kahn 9 years ago
Looks like a standing wave pattern to me. Very common in lakes.
Comment icon #37 Posted by leitwolf 9 years ago
it looks like a wake, those are common in the Loch Ness.


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