A longtime Loch Ness monster hunter has captured unusual footage of a fast-moving, unidentified creature in the Scottish loch. Eoin O’Faodhagan spotted the torpedo-like object rapidly propelling itself through the water while watching a live Loch Ness webcam last Monday.
He estimated the visible portion of the creature to be at least 6 feet long, but its true size may have been obscured underwater. The enthusiasm of Nessie hunters has been sparked given the creature’s speed, size and strange motion through the water.
O’Faodhagan ruled out the possibility of it being a jumping fish, bird, eel or otter based on its straight trajectory and electrifying pace. He speculates that the mysterious creature could have been near the surface chasing fish.
There have been many alleged sightings of the Loch Ness Monster over the years, but this latest incident provides a rare piece of visual evidence from a reputable eyewitness. It adds intrigue to the enduring mystery of whether a creature actually inhabits the deep, dark waters of Loch Ness.
While the photo evidence has often been disputed and exposed as hoaxes, O’Faodhagan’s webcam footage lends credibility to the idea that Nessie still patrols the Scottish loch after all these years. His unusual sighting has investigators buzzing about what still lies beneath the waves.