A man in Ireland who regularly watches a webcam stationed at Loch Ness in the hopes of spotting the site's legendary 'monster' had his diligence pay off in a big way. Eoin O'Faodhagain was stunned when he tuned in to the video stream in late April and caught a glimpse of something truly strange emerging from the water. The fast-thinking O'Faodhagain grabbed his cell phone and filmed the scene which lasted for an amazing ten minutes.
In the admittedly ambiguous footage, a rather dark anomaly can be seen repeatedly surfacing from Loch Ness and then descending back under the water. "I couldn’t believe my eyes," he recalled to the UK newspaper The Mirror, "It was very unusual, it was certainly something big." Having seen prosaic objects appear on the webcam in the past, O'Faodhagain was certain that what he witnessed was out of the ordinary. "It was not a boat and not a log," he mused, "I would say it was Nessie."
Gary Campbell of the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register agreed with that assessment and accepted O'Faodhagain video as the second solid report of the creature for 2018. Having seen all manner of video purportedly featuring Nessie, the veteran monster hunter marveled at this particular piece of footage since it was far longer than the standard cell phone fare. "As far as Nessie footage goes this is a feature film," Campbell declared.