By T.K. Randall
March 11, 2023 · 4 comments
Eoin O’Faodhagain is no stranger to watching webcam streams of the iconic Scottish loch for signs of the legendary monster.
The amateur Nessie hunter, who has captured multiple videos of alleged anomalies in the water over the years, maintains that his latest footage shows evidence of more than one Loch Ness Monster.
The video, which was recorded from a webcam overlooking the loch, does show two separate anomalies at the same time, but they are so indistinct that it is impossible to make them out.
“It is obvious that the two Nessie-like humps are moving over a two-minute period, and the larger hump of the two has changed position from the smaller one,” said O’Faodhagain.
“Given the fact that there is no disturbance of water visible between objects you would have to concur they are two separate moving creatures.”
A browse of the 58-year-old’s YouTube channel shows a couple of dozen clips recorded from various webcams over the last few years – each showing alleged evidence of the creature.
Sadly, though, the webcams themselves are typically low resolution and the objects in the water are vague and indistinct, meaning that it’s impossible to say for sure what they could be.
Unfortunately, this latest example is no exception.
You can check out his other videos – here.
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