The Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register has officially confirmed the fourth and fifth Loch Ness Monster sightings of 2020. Kalynn Wangle, a native to Oregon in the United States, recorded both of these sightings.
The first sighting took place on April 10, 2020, and lasted over 7 minutes [the videos in this post are extended from the original]. In the video, the creature appears in the distance and travels out of the water, consistently moving and disappearing underwater at times before reappearing once again.
The viewer’s ability to see the shape relatively clearly from a distance suggests the creature is very large, especially considering the amount of distance it apparently traveled in only a few minutes.
There aren’t any visible boats in the video to create waves.
As if a 7-minute video of the Loch Ness Monster wasn’t enough, Wangle recorded a 10-minute video on June 3, 2020.
The cryptid in the second video is farther away, but there is clearly a black dot moving across the Loch. Throughout the video, it moves from the right side of the screen to the left, often submerging itself underwater before reappearing on camera.
Once again, the creature appears to be rather large, as it is visible from a long distance and moves quickly across the water.
“Given the distance of the camera from the water,” Wangle said, “for something to be that visible from that far away, I would imagine it would have to be quite large.”
She also ruled out the possibility of these sightings being an otter, seal, or log.
Each of these two sightings took place in Urquhart Bay, where the other three confirmed sightings in 2020 have all been recorded by Eoin O’Faodhagain. If you’re looking at recording a possible Loch Ness Monster sighting yourself, it’s clear that your best shot at filming the cryptid is by watching the cameras at Urquhart Bay.
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