Friday, April 16, 2021
Contact us    |    Advertise    |   Help    |   Cookie Policy    |   Privacy Policy    RSS icon Twitter icon Facebook icon
    Home  ·  News  ·  Forum  ·  Stories  ·  Image Gallery  ·  Columns  ·  Encyclopedia  ·  Videos
Find: in

Possible Loch Ness Monster sighting reported

Posted on Monday, 29 March, 2021 | Comment icon 18 comments

Could the dark shape in the water be the Loch Ness Monster ? Image Credit: YouTube / Team Nessie
The elusive creature was reportedly spotted in the form of a dark shape on a webcam overlooking the loch.
Despite remaining hidden beneath the dark depths of Scotland's world-famous lake, the Loch Ness Monster has been sighted a fair number of times over the years.

Sadly though, these sightings have a tendency to be notoriously inconclusive - with witnesses reporting disturbances and dark shapes in the water that could potentially be anything.

This latest sighting is no exception.

Recorded on a webcam overlooking the loch by monster watcher Kalynn Wangle, the footage (viewable below) shows a dark shape appearing and disappearing in the water.

"On the lovely day of March 17th, a dark shape appears very close to the shore, and is seen moving from left to right," she wrote in the video's caption.
"At first it moves slow like a wave, but as it moves closer to the tree, it seems as though the dark shape has surfaced for a few seconds, or maybe it's swimming just below it."

"Once it moves behind the tree, it doesn't come back!"

While the clip is similar to another recorded on the same webcam back in April of last year, the anomalous shape is so indistinct and far away that it is impossible to conclusively identify.

"I want this to be Nessie but I reckon it's natural phenomena," said one viewer.

You can check out the footage for yourself below.

Source: Daily Record | Comments (18)

Tags: Loch Ness Monster

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #9 Posted by ExoPaul on 29 March, 2021, 11:44
The webcam has been there for years. It is just one of those live cam webcams.  I think it is more likely to be an Otter. It seems to move around from the shore similar to one that is fishing. And I think it is especially noticeable because of the calmness of the water.  I have seen 2 or 3 of them in Scotland myself and they are fairly large, love to come out on calm waters and fish, and don't stick to fishing in the one spot, they tend to slowly move and not come back for hours.  Knowing Loch Ness a little, and knowing what the wildlife is like there, and had it been any other loch in Scotlan... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by HandsomeGorilla on 29 March, 2021, 13:31
Agreed, I actually saw my first one in the wild not too long ago. Gorgeous, crazy smart animals. They also roll and undulate when they swim, I imagine causing a lot of people to jump to conclusions 
Comment icon #11 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic on 29 March, 2021, 14:33
An otter? I'm not so sure. Those fence posts look about a metre high which is the length of a grown otter. Then you've got the scale to the distance into the Loch. It looks too big to be an otter.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Trelane on 29 March, 2021, 15:59
Five sightings already? The tourism sector must be getting destroyed financially. Get those Nessie sightings up folks! 
Comment icon #13 Posted by equshemonius on 29 March, 2021, 19:24
a pogy
Comment icon #14 Posted by NCC1701 on 29 March, 2021, 21:22
Most large swimming creatures move their spine in an undulating movement when they swim. This thing always keeps its shape as a straight line. I think it is more like a submerged treetrunk floating in a streaming.
Comment icon #15 Posted by DreadLordAvatar on 30 March, 2021, 0:29
There must be many of them to reproduce and survive.  Nessie is a hoax.
Comment icon #16 Posted by mesuma on 30 March, 2021, 0:31
Why would nessy celebrate St Patricks day? That's the real mystery here.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Mr.United_Nations on 30 March, 2021, 9:37
Alot of people say its eels, Jeremy caught one years ago and it was fairly large
Comment icon #18 Posted by the13bats on 30 March, 2021, 18:52
Are they pretty nasty acting when caught?

Please Login or Register to post a comment.

  On the forums
Only 3% of Earth's land ecosystems are intact
Mankind's relentless and destructive influence has damaged just about every ecosystem on Earth.
Pentagon: Pyramid UFO footage 'authentic'
The Pentagon has confirmed the authenticity of recently released footage of pyramid-shaped UFOs.
Police disarm 'UFO detector' in New Jersey
A 'suspicious' device allegedly used to track UFOs was reported to the police in New Jersey State Park recently.
60yrs on - Yuri Gagarin: the first man in space
On April 12th, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human ever to venture into outer space.
Stories & Experiences
The voice of something not human
11-17-2020 | Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles
Shadow figure demon ?
11-14-2020 | USA
Ghost following me
9-18-2020 | Iowa
Mysterious glowing cube
8-23-2020 | Alabama
Black blob in my room/bed
7-23-2020 | Powell,TN U.S.
Transparent levitating ball
7-14-2020 | Santa Rosa, California
Grim reaper-like visitation
6-16-2020 | Canada
My monster catfish story
6-15-2020 | Dallas texas

         More stories | Send us your story
Featured Videos
Gallery icon 
NASA studies underwater 'white smoker' vents
Posted 4-17-2020 | 3 comments
Hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor can teach us about possible habitats on other worlds.
10 strange things about our solar system
Posted 3-17-2020 | 0 comments
A look at some of the most mysterious things about our solar system.
Lizzie - Scotland's other loch monster
Posted 3-8-2020 | 0 comments
Amelia Dimoldenberg investigates the Loch Ness Monster's neighbor.
Adam Savage and Spot
Posted 2-14-2020 | 4 comments
Adam Savage tests out Boston Dynamics' impressive Spot robot.
NASA 2020: Are you ready ?
Posted 1-1-2020 | 3 comments
A look at what's coming up in the world of spaceflight this year.
 View: More videos
Top   |  Home   |   Forum   |   News   |   Image Gallery   |  Columns   |   Encyclopedia   |   Videos   |   Polls
UM-X 10.712 (c) 2001-2021
Terms   |   Privacy Policy   |   Cookies   |   Advertise   |   Contact   |   Help/FAQ