Could it Be True?
Eoin explained that he didn’t initially believe he had found the Loch Ness monster. But rather than disappearing immediately, the object remained on the water’s surface for some time, moving very, very slowly. That’s not how large fish would behave, as they oven leap out of the water and quickly submerge themselves.
The Nessie hunter believed he didn’t see a log, either. The “black shape” moved at a controlled speed that didn’t seem to be in unison with the water current. The man has racked up several entries in the official sightings register and often logs into the lake’s webcam live stream to keep an eye out for the mythical creature from his home in Ireland. He claims that a live sighting in 1987 sparked his interest in the Loch Ness monster legend.
Other Sightings of the Loch Ness Monster
The mythical creature has never lost popularity since its existence made headlines in a Scottish newspaper on May 2, 1933. Recently, various events are organized each year in an attempt to hunt down the Loch Ness monster and prove it exists. To this day, however, it remains a myth to the general public.
With that in mind, Eoin O’Faodhagain’s story isn’t the only claimed sighting of the beast from this year. A local resident has registered a sighting in The Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register after shooting a seven-minute-long video of the alleged creature on August 27, 2022. Four other entries have been registered this year. Unfortunately, no concrete evidence has been shown to prove the mythical creature’s unquestionable existence.