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Sixth Nessie sighting of 2022 added to Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register

By Andrew Dixon

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Loch Ness.
Loch Ness.

A sixth sighting of Nessie so far this year has been added to the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.

A mother and daughter visiting from the east of Scotland reported seeing the following at 5.24pm on October 11: "200 yards off the bank we noticed a long break in the water which was otherwise still and calm.

"As we watched, a black lump appeared out of the water and sat for approximately 30 seconds before disappearing once again under the water. After another 30 seconds the black lump resurfaced for a shorter amount of time before disappearing under the water again.

"The lump appeared to be boxy in shape and about the size of a football. It did not appear to swim about, rather it just bobbed and then disappeared under the water before resurfacing to do the same a second time."

A photograph of what they saw has been shared on the register's website.

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