Loch Ness Monster ‘seen stalking boat’ as clip shows shape stirring underwater

A veteran Nessie hunter claims a huge underwater shape in Loch Ness can only be the mythical beast stalking a boat.

Eoin O’Faodhagain said he was absolutely terrified to spot the mysterious movements on Tuesday (July 4) but is now over the moon to have finally potentially seen the elusive creature.

The legendary 58-year-old Nessie hunter said: “My heart was pounding because I knew I was on to something here.

“And when the creature resurfaced and moved parallel to the boat, what a picture that was.

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“This picture belongs in any exhibition to do with the Loch Ness Monster.

“I won the lottery with this video clip.”

The four-minute sighting was recorded at Shoreland Lodges, near Fort Augustus on the loch’s southern shore, where Visit Inverness Loch Ness (VILN) maintains a webcam.

The video shows a dark shape emerging from the famous loch and moving slowly, before diving back into the depths as a boat approaches.

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Seconds later, the black shape nears the boat, revealing what Eoin calls the “definite black shape of a hump”.

The "hump" then follows the boat north for two minutes, before it breaks away, moves to the centre of the loch and disappears.

For Eoin, there’s only one culprit who fits the MO for the strange sighting.

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“It is quite large and throwing up a lot of water, and its wake is nearly as big as the boat.

“15 or 20 feet would not be an over-exaggeration.

“I immediately knew when it first emerged and began to move that this is no large fish, fish do not have wakes.

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“The emergence of this creature from the water and its movement is uncharacteristic of a seal or an otter.

“So what could be bigger than those two creatures in Loch Ness? Only the Loch Ness Monster is the obvious choice.”

Eoin often logs on to watch the water from his home in County Donegal, Ireland, and has become a prolific source of webcam sightings for like-minded enthusiasts.

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But even he was blown away by what he’d witnessed on the webcam.

He added: “The quality of the sighting could not really be any better, unless you were actually standing there with a high powered camera.

“The boat adds credibility to the sighting, and size of the wake and comparisons of scale can be deduced by the presence of the boat.

“I think it is a brilliant sighting.”

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