Webcam Owner ‘Dumbfounded’ Did He Capture The Loch Ness Monster?

Hello everyone! Gather ’round for some intriguing news from the Scottish Highlands. A veteran beast hunter claims to have captured new footage of the legendary Loch Ness Monster, leaving him utterly dumbfounded. Let’s dive into the details!

On June 12, Eoin O’Faodhagain, a seasoned Nessie enthusiast from Ireland, was watching a livestream of Loch Ness from his home when something caught his eye. The webcam at the Clansman Hotel, strategically positioned on the lake’s shore, showed a mysterious hump emerging from the water near the northern end of the loch. This peculiar sighting lasted about three minutes and left O’Faodhagain scratching his head in amazement.

Now, this isn’t just any ordinary bump in the water. O’Faodhagain described seeing a ‘jet black anomaly’ slowly appearing on the loch’s surface, less than a hundred yards from the shore. He was astonished that it didn’t dissolve into nothingness but instead became more distinct and blacker as time passed.

In his words, “I was a bit dumbfounded that it did not dissolve into nothing, but kept materializing ever more distinct and blacker.” O’Faodhagain estimates that the hump was up to nine feet long.

He insists that the object had to be alive, as it was moving slowly and in a controlled manner, disappearing without causing any further disturbance. According to him, “This object has none of the characteristics of seals or otters. The object is moving as one – a fish or an eel would be flexing their bodies more.”

The Loch Ness Monster, affectionately known as Nessie, has been a subject of fascination for centuries. The earliest sighting dates back to the 7th century, capturing the imaginations of many ever since. In May 1933, Nessie first gained worldwide attention when a sighting was published in The Inverness Courier.

The following year, the supposed first picture of Nessie was taken by a London surgeon named Robert Kenneth Wilson. This iconic photograph, showing what appeared to be the creature’s head and neck, was published in the Daily Mail in April 1934 and was considered proof of Nessie’s existence for decades. However, by the 1990s, most experts concluded that the photograph was part of an elaborate hoax.

Despite this, sightings of the elusive creature continue. O’Faodhagain, who has multiple entries in the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register, believes this recent sighting adds to the mystery.

He notes, “It is very hard to say it is definitely Nessie, but it is easy to say what it is not. And when you rule out the known creatures that inhabit Loch Ness, what are you left with?” Indeed, what are we left with?

Folks, whether you’re a believer or a skeptic, the legend of the Loch Ness Monster persists, enchanting and baffling people worldwide. This latest sighting is sure to keep the mystery alive. For those interested, you can watch the VILN webcams live at and maybe, just maybe, you might spot Nessie yourself!

Daily Mail