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Nessie watcher films 'two Loch Ness Monsters'

By T.K. Randall
July 28, 2019 · Comment icon 17 comments



Could there be more than one Loch Ness Monster ? Image Credit: Google Street View
Eoin O' Faodhagain had been watching a live Loch Ness webcam when he spotted something odd in the water.
The footage he captured, which can be viewed below, shows two black objects moving through the water towards the bottom of the frame. (The white object further up is definitely a boat.)

"The day of the sighting was extremely windy, as you can notice from the trees moving over and back," said Eoin. "When I noticed the two strange shapes first they were either side of each other and not behind each other, going in the same general direction."

"Never did I think it was two humps from the one animal, the sighting did not give me that impression."
"The two strange shapes were identical to each other, and that also gave me the impression it was two separate objects. I was quite startled to see two possible Nessies on the webcam."

"I think it's a bit of a rarity to view this."

Given the video's lack of resolution and clarity however, it's unlikely that the two objects will ever be conclusively identified one way or the other.



Source: Daily Record | Comments (17)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #8 Posted by Orphalesion 3 years ago
Looks like birds. But well, every dark spot at Loch Ness will be interpreted as a monster...
Comment icon #9 Posted by Hawken 3 years ago
@Eldorado that's gotta be you in the boat chasing the nessies.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Matt221 3 years ago
Typical you wait years to see one then two come along together
Comment icon #11 Posted by Hawken 3 years ago
Maybe they're going to make little nessies.
Comment icon #12 Posted by pixiii 3 years ago
I can see those two figures on the lower centre part of the video, although I'm not sure how the viewer came to the conclusion that these figures are 20ft long?  That's a bit bizarre and as I don't know the area, I have no idea what it could be.  But I can definitely see two figures, but it's hard to tell what it is or even if it's alive. 
Comment icon #13 Posted by ScotDeerie 3 years ago
Any black swans on the loch?
Comment icon #14 Posted by the13bats 3 years ago
a nessie version of yet another blobsquatch, and we are close minded and not enlightened enough to experence the creatures in the video as proof of anything besides a couple dots moving in the water
Comment icon #15 Posted by Amanda Evans 3 years ago
I reckon a couple of cormorants.
Comment icon #16 Posted by pixiii 3 years ago
Yes that's also possible too - I was just doing a bit of research on what type of both land/water dwelling birds there are around Loch Ness and the Cormorant appears to be large enough to have been one/both of those figures in the water together.  I still don't understand where the "viewer" of the vid got the 20ft long idea from.  I didn't see any ripples in the water around those one/two figures that would even make you think they were bigger than what they were on the surface.  
Comment icon #17 Posted by curiouse 3 years ago
How can you tell what anything is with that shocking footage.   Debunked.


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