By Tim Binnall
A diligent Loch Ness webcam watcher from Ireland has been credited with 2021's fourth sighting of the legendary 'monster' said to lurk at the famed location. Eoin O'Faodhagain reportedly tuned in to the livestream last week when, as has occurred numerous times in the past, he spotted something unusual. "There was a disturbance of water," he said, "and a wake is also visible with a black shape is seen rising up and down, as it moves slowly across the screen and disappears." O'Faodhagain went on to note that "two black hump-like shapes seemed to be popping up and down as it cut through the surface of the loch."
Fortunately, O'Faodhagain managed to capture footage of the incident and subsequently submitted it to the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register, which determined that his report passed muster and it was declared the fourth case of 2021. Remarkably, the webcam viewer is also responsible for two other official reports this year and, incredibly, a staggering 12 Nessie sightings over the last four years. Considering his incredible luck, perhaps some enterprising monster hunter ought to bring O'Faodhagain to Loch Ness for an on-site visit, since he certainly has an eye for spotting the creature.