THREE sightings of the Loch Ness monster have been logged already this year.
The first was on January 11, but enthusiast Eoin O’Faodhagain believes he’s seen it twice since then.Enthusiast Eoin O’Faodhagain says he's spotted the Loch Ness Monster three times in 2021Credit: Deadline News
He spotted it splashing about eight days later, when he says the beast was visible for 20 minutes.
And on January 22, he watched on webcam as two shapes, about 100ft apart, swam in the lake.
It’s his most exciting sighting ever, he says — as he believes two of its four flippers are visible on the footage.
Health worker Eoin, 55, said: “It is a very unusual image that I captured. This black shape is a few feet out of the water.”
The close encounters, through webcams trained on the lake, are logged on the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.On January 22, Eoin watched on webcam as two shapes, about 100ft apart, swam in the lochCredit: Deadline News Eoin says the 'sighting' was his most exciting everCredit: Deadline News
Kalynn Wangle, 27, from Oregon, US, notched the first sighting of 2021 but it lasted just a few seconds.
Eoin, who has claimed eight sightings in all, says his latest were near Urquhart Castle and visible for much longer.
Nessie is worth £41million to the tourist industry but DNA tests of the water point to a large eel.The famous 'surgeon's photograph' fooled people for 40 years before it was categorically debunkedCredit: Alamy
Loch Ness Monster enthusiast claims biggest ever sighting of '30-foot beast'
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