Monster hunter catches ‘first glimpse of eel-like Nessie’ on Loch Ness cameras

A hunter of the legendary Loch Ness Monster believes they have captured what may be the first sightings of the beast on newly installed webcams.

Eoin O'Fagan, a feverish Nessie hunter, has captured two clips of 'giant eel-like shapes' moving on the surface of the water said to house the mythical beast.

Hunter O'Fagan searched regularly, but his newly installed webcams dotted around the shores of the Loch are now being used to help people find their own evidence of the beast's existence.

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Two "very interesting" clips have since been captured by the webcams, both of which appear to offer new insight into whether or not Nessie exists.

O'Fagan said: "I captured two very interesting video clips on two of the new webcams recently.

"The first at the Clansman webcam Loch Ness at 20.13pm on September 6, is of a water disturbance, and a long dark shape which was recorded for 4 minutes, and was the only darkened water visible in the recording of the loch in that time."

He added that the second was captured at 7:35pm on September 15 on the Shoreland Lodges Webcam.

Nessie hunter O'Fagan continued: "An object visibly appears on the left near the shore and moves steadily to the right of the screen and out of webcam coverage.

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"This object is black and long in the region of 6 to 8 feet long, like an eel, or rather a very large or giant one. Its dark black colour breaks the surface occasionally as it moves to the right."

O'Fagan also believes that a theory surrounding Nessie's existence as a giant eel, first published by Professor Neil Gemmell, could be true, Daily Record reported.

The 57-year-old has sent in recordings of the potential Nessie sighting to the official register of Nessie sightings, but there is some confusion as to whether they'll accept his footage and is currently seeking clarification from sightings head Gary Campbell.

O'Fagan said: "The Register says that you have to report any sightings from the new webcams to the owners first, and if they like them, they will contact Gary [the official records keeper]."

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