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WATCH: Business leader 'spots Loch Ness Monster'

By Gregor White

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Rory Cameron, managing director at Cobbs Bakery in Drumnadrochit, was in a friend’s driveway overlooking the loch last week when he caught images on his mobile phone of something moving at speed in the loch.

“I was at St Ninian’s just past the exhibition centre outside Drumnadrochit when I saw something in the water,” said the 36-year-old.

“I’ve no idea what it was but it was certainly moving very fast.

“I’ve lived in the area for 20 years and I’ve driven on the A82 every day but I’ve never seen anything like this.”

Mr Cameron said: “I’ve shown it to a number of people and they can’t explain it either.

“Some said it must have been a boat but in the clip you see a boat at Urquhart Castle and the size of this, whatever it is, is miniscule. It can’t be a boat or a jet ski because there would be water coming out of the back.”

And Mr Cameron revealed he is not the only member of his family to witness strange activity on the surface of the famous loch.

“My uncle Willie Cameron told me my grandfather Iain Cameron witnessed something very similar back in the 1960s.

“He was on a fishing outing with two friends and he made a similar sighting. He couldn’t explain what it was and neither can I.

“He was head of the local police constabulary and his sighting was seen by nine other witnesses that hadn’t collaborated prior to the event. He took a legal angle rather than scientific angle.

“My clip isn’t like a lot of sightings. This thing was moving really fast and it looks tiny too, compared to some of the boats on the loch.”

The sighting comes weeks after an L-shaped black object was spotted on the loch near Urquhart Castle by a couple from Ireland.

Mr Cameron said he certainly believes there is something out there in Loch Ness.

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