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četrtek, 22 aprila, 2021

Loch Ness Monster ‘captured splashing around’ on live webcam stream

Caroline Barnett, 42, from Farmborough, claims to have seen the mythical Scots creature online while watching the Loch Ness Webcam

A woman believes that she has spotted the Loch Ness Monster ‘splashing around’ in footage taken on a live-streaming camera positioned by the water.

Sightings of the mystical Scottish beast have reached another record for this century after Caroline Barnett, 42, saw Nessie over the internet.

 The business consultant from Farmborough, near Bath was tuning into the Loch Ness Webcam at 10.20am on Wednesday when she clocked something move up the loch.

She told the Daily Record: “It popped up and down – and kept doing it. It kept splashing about. It was quite a size – the size of a boat but it was hard to tell because it was the other side of the loch.

“I have been to Loch Ness a few years ago but never saw Nessie then. I didn’t know if I believed in her but this is certainly some Christmas present and quite a surprise. I took quite a few videos but my phone died. I don’t know what it is – it really is unexplained.”

Experts have accepted the images.




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