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New Loch Ness Monster footage has emerged

June 19, 2019 | Comment icon 31 comments



There have been several sightings this year alone. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Ben Buxton
Gloria and Ian Davison had been visiting the Scottish Highlands when they spotted something in the loch.
The mysterious object, which was located in Urquhart Bay, resembled a black head and neck protruding from the water a short way out from the water's edge.

"We have been to Loch Ness many times, but never seen the monster before," said Gloria.

"But at around 1.30pm [on Tuesday] just after we had lunch, my husband was driving and I was in the passenger seat gazing out at the loch. Then I suddenly saw something and I said to Ian 'there's something down there.'"

"He turned around and we got out of the car and there it was. We were very excited. It was about 300 meters away and definitely black. It seemed to have a neck and head."
"I could definitely see its back and it was a fair size. It disappeared after a minute beneath the water."

The sighting even managed to catch the eye of veteran researcher Gary Campbell - keeper of the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.

"This is our seventh sighting of the year and these are all very credible sightings," he said.

You can watch the footage for yourself below.



Source: Daily Record | Comments (31)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #22 Posted by LucidElement 3 years ago
Ive said this before, but if that really was anything of interest why wouldn't the photographer take more pictures and video footage? Or run down closer to the bank ? another far far video taken that cuts off after like 10 seconds lol.
Comment icon #23 Posted by Calibeliever 3 years ago
I can only speculate that's it's because the individual knew it was a log and he filmed and posted it as a "joke". 
Comment icon #24 Posted by LucidElement 3 years ago
haha agreed.
Comment icon #25 Posted by stereologist 3 years ago
It is seen right behind trees and looks to me like a waterbird. There are plenty of large birds it could be
Comment icon #26 Posted by Amanda Evans 3 years ago
I agree. It actually looks like a cormorant Or a Northern Diver (Loon)    
Comment icon #27 Posted by moonman 3 years ago
Two separate people earlier in this very thread have positively identified it as a tree stump. It's a tree stump.
Comment icon #28 Posted by Hawken 3 years ago
@Eldorado taking a swim...
Comment icon #29 Posted by pixiii 3 years ago
I know right?  It is kind of irritating when people upload some footage that is rather questionable in the first place, not to mention, Oh it went under the water....why did you stop filming then to prove it actually moved?  Why didn't one go closer to get a better shot?  I'm guessing that some people just don't have a little adventure in them! 
Comment icon #30 Posted by Manwon Lender 3 years ago
Dam shame the video is useless.
Comment icon #31 Posted by Amanda Evans 3 years ago
Seriously if I saw anything Loch Ness I would be whooping and getting very over excited..


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