Is this the Loch Ness Monster? New video captures 'Nessie'

Ruth Doherty
Is this the Loch Ness Monster? New videos captures 'Nessie'
Is this the Loch Ness Monster? New videos captures 'Nessie'




A new video claiming to show the Loch Ness Monster has emerged.

Richard Collis, 58, was driving alongside the loch last week when he spotted something in the water and whipped out his iPhone to record it.

Speaking to the Daily Record, Richard, a tree planter, said: "It was about roughly 150 to 200 metres out in the water on a stretch about a mile from Fort Augustus heading towards Invermoriston.

"It's quite difficult to know how long it lasted but it felt like a couple of minutes."



The footage appears to show a long neck coming out of the water, and was taken at around 11am on 6 November.

"To me it looks like a long neck and a small head," he said, speaking in the Speaking to the Daily Mirror.

"What do I make of it? I just think it's an anomaly that I can't really explain.

"I'm a bit of a doubter of a lot of things until I see it myself and I wouldn't have believed what I saw if someone else was telling me.

"I've fished the loch man and boy and I haven't ever seen anything like that."

His Danish-born wife Vibeke said it's definitely not a hoax, as her husband is not very technical and not very "computer-wise".

Speaking to 9news, she said: "It's definitely not a seal because it's got a really long neck and it's too round and smooth to be a log and why would it bob the way it does and then just go away."

What do you think it is? Leave a comment below.



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