The Loch Ness Monster may be making up for lost time following an eight month absence as the legendary cryptid has been spotted for the second time in the last week.
The newest sighting occurred on Sunday, May 7th when a man named Rob Jones noticed a strange anomaly sticking out of the water at Loch Ness.
When he was able to get a closer look at the oddity, Jones thankfully began filming the scene and marveled to his companion that the object seemed to be moving.
The remarkably long video shows the suspected Nessie lurching along the water as a small boat passed surprisingly close to it.
That detail is what many point to as a possible reason for why the video does not necessarily show a sea creature, since the anomaly is seemingly unfazed by the presence of the nearby vessel.
Additionally, a person seen aboard the boat doesn't seem particularly interested in whatever it was that they were passing and the vessel does not stop to observe the object, which one would presumably do if they were in such close proximity to the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
Nonetheless, Jones remains mystified by what he and the other tourists on the side of the road may have witnessed, telling The Scotsman, "Sadly, I don’t believe in monsters, but would love to know what it was."
The puzzling piece of footage was captured only a few days after another visitor to Loch Ness photographed an anomaly that was heralded as the first Nessie sighting of 2017, following a months-long stretch where the creature had not been seen since August.
One can only hope that the pair of possible Nessie appearances are an indication that the creature's slumber has come to an end that it will be making many more appearances as warm weather and tourists descend on the area for the summer.
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Source: The Scotsman