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Loch Ness Monster register logs second sighting of 2020

By Andrew Dixon

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The sighting is on the register.
The sighting is on the register.

This year's second sighting of the Loch Ness Monster was made yesterday.

Long time webcam watcher Eoin O'Faodhagain caught a video of something unexplained at 8.11am.

He also logged a sighting on January 18 this year.

Both have been recorded on the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.

Yesterday's sighting was described on the register as: "He explained that it took a few seconds before the object appeared to show and that there was nothing on the surface of the water beforehand. It appears very low compared to the surface water, throwing up white foam, going in and out of the loch – all of which was captured on the Loch Ness Live Cam.

"There are times in the video when it's completely submerged then it's back up again. The video footage lasted one minute 38 seconds."

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