This year’s seventh recorded sighting of Scotland’s enigmatic loch monster occurred off Foyers Point.
In a report recently submitted to The Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register, local resident Siobhan Janaway described seeing something unexplained in the water.
The incident occurred at around midday on August 27th.
“There was something causing turmoil in the water off Foyers point, then it coalesced into a single object moving at speed just under the surface causing at least a 20m white wake,” she said.
She initially suspected that the wake was being caused by a boat, but upon surveying the scene she realized that there were no boats present and that the cause of the disturbance, whatever it was, seemed to be under the surface of the water.
Fortunately, she was able to snap a picture of the phenomenon (see above).
This year has seen a lot of activity in and around Loch Ness, with the largest Nessie hunt in 50 years being conducted by hundreds of volunteers just a few weeks ago.
Whether there will be any more sightings before the year is out, however, remains to be seen.