For centuries many have debated the existence of the Loch Ness Monster. There are those who claim to have seen the legendary animal, showing photos and videos where a blurred image is seen, which according to them is the creature; others doubt its existence. The truth is that its history is one of the most famous of Loch Ness in the city of Inverness, Scotland.
The British portal The Mirror published about a 58-year-old man who claims have recorded the animal. This is the most recent image that is known about the monster.
The video was captured last Saturday by Eoin O’Faodhagain, a veteran hunter, using a webcam near Fort Augustus on the south shore of the lake.
The video shows an elongated, dark-colored image approximately 10 feet long. He described it as having a tail, a hump in the middle, and what appears to be a fin near the forehead.
“I noticed a splash and movement on the screen that looked to the right and a long black shape. I was excited because he stayed on the surface of the water, moving very slowly, unlike a big fish that jumps out of the water, but then goes under,” the man told The Mirror.
It was on the surface for about 10 minutes.
O’Faodhagain described that the movement of the animal it was not according to the current of the lake, but it was controlled, which denotes that it was a living creature. To him, it’s the Loch Ness Monster.
The referred medium, highlights that apparently, it is not the first time that he has captured the monster. He has made several sightings over the years with his webcam from his home in County Donegal, Ireland.
“I believe in the Loch Ness Monster after witnessing a live sighting in July 1987. I believe that my video and photos from Saturday proved the existence of the monster and brought it from folklore to reality,” he said in the lines of the British portal.