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Nessie captured on webcam by veteran monster watcher


By Rachel Smart

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A new Nessie sighting has been spotted on the permanent webcam set up to capture the mysterious creature.

Veteran watcher Eoin O'Faodhagain, of County Donegal, Ireland, captured a 'classic' Loch Ness Monster sighting at the Shoreland Lodges Webcam.

He states: "It is not a seal, big fish or an otter. The creature is visibly seen, but it emerges, submerges, emerges swims, changes direction towards the middle of the Loch and submerges."

In the video, which is over four minutes long, the moving target swap parallel to a trawler.

The sighting took place at 07.55am on July 4. It comes days after an American tourist had her sighting of Nessie officially registered.

However, claimed "sightings" of something unexplained via webcams around Loch Ness will not be officially registered unless they contain footage of clear facial features.


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