Is Nessie back? ‘Loch Ness monster’ spotted swimming again

starfisherPublished: May 11, 20173,877 views
Published: May 11, 2017

After months without a sighting, the Loch Ness monster appears to be back and ready to be found.

For eight months there were no reports of the mysterious creature in the Scottish lake, prompting concerns the infamous 'monster' was dead.

But like buses, two have now come at once, as within days, two tourists have take videos of a creature that could be Nessie.

This video shows what looks like a head and a long neck poking out of the tranquil water in the Scottish loch.

It was spotted by Rob Jones, 35, from North Wales, who uploaded the video to YouTube to find out if anyone knew what it was.

He asked: 'What the h*** was it? Did anyone else see it?'

Speaking to the Scotsman, he said: 'I saw it quite far across the Loch near the castle, but by the time I stopped the van, It was very close and other people stopped to take photos too.

'Sadly I don’t believe in monsters, but would love to know what it was.'

'Nessie' appears to be unfazed by the boat moving past him, as does the man who can be seen standing on the top of the boat, by the creature's presence, throwing confusion into the situation.

Rob tried to follow the monster's path, but it disappears from sight behind some bushes.

On May 2, a tourist took a picture of what she believed to be Nessie, the first recorded sighting since August last year.

Hayley Johnson, from Manchester, noticed a strange and dark shape at dusk in Urquhart Bay, near Inverness, Scotland.

It delighted Gary Campbell, Nessie's official sighting recorder, who had become concerned after a spell without a spotting.

With Rob's video being taken on May 7, it makes two sightings in five days.

But viewers on YouTube were more sceptical of what they'd seen.

One wrote: 'Just a piece of wood or something. It doesn't move in any way even when a boat is right next to it.'

Another added: 'The guy on the boat was closest and had the best view and ignored it completely. so we can assume he could tell what it really was and ignored it.'

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