20ft beast ‘pops up’ from Loch Ness waters in new footage of lurking ‘monster’

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    The Loch Ness Monster has finally been caught on camera, according to the bloke who took the footage.

    A Nessy hunter has said he is certain he’s caught the fabled fish-thing with his snapper and even claims the banks around the mythical lake are now a “buzz of activity”.

    Regular Loch Ness webcam monitor Eoin O’Faodhagain, 58, picked up a massive 20-foot beast breaking the water.

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    Footage of the moment sees the webcam panning along and landing on a spot before something can be seen moving along the surface of the loch.

    Things are even weirder for O’Faodhagain because just two weeks ago he caught two humps popping out from the water.

    The strange spot led to the enthusiast to claim there could be two big creatures living in the depths.

    The 58-year-old said: “The length of the visible wake is in excess of 20 feet, and the creature responsible must be very large underneath the water.

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    “Certainly it’s too large for known animals or fish that live in the loch – otters would never reach sizes of that magnitude, or seals for that matter.”

    He added: “When I spotted the wake and the camera stopped rotating, to see the water breaking was exhilarating.

    “The calm conditions and clear evening colours of the surrounding landscape were picturesque, the only thing missing was the Loch Ness Monster and up she popped!”

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    The camera moved on on its panning and by the time it got back to the spot “Nessie” was gone.

    Eoin’s camera was placed at Shoreland Lodges, near Fort Augustus on the southern shore of the loch.

    The webcam was maintained by Visit Inverness Loch Ness (VILN) and is located at a point where there’s a sudden drop in the bed of the loch.

    The water around that point can reach depths of 450ft according to an estimate from O’Faodhagain.

    He said: “There seems to be a buzz of activity in this location since the lull of winter."


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