Just this month, Eoin O’Fagan recorded a brand new Loch Ness Monster sighting.
After a quiet start to 2021 and no official sightings in February, O’Fagan recorded the first Loch Ness Monster sighting of March, 2021. The official Loch Ness Monster Register certified the sighting.
O’Fagan, the man behind the camera, recorded the elusive cryptid for the third time this year.
He also recorded two of the first three sightings of 2021 with Kalynn Wangle recording the third. Those videos can be seen here.
Loch Ness Monster Sighting (March 2021)
On March 12, 2021, O’Fagan captured video of unexplained phenomena in Loch Ness.
“There was disturbance of water and a wake is also visible with a black shape is seen rising up and down,” O’Fagan explained, “as it moves slowly across the screen and disappears.”
“Two smaller black shapes appeared close together,” O’Fagan continued. “I did not see any boats at the time of the sighting. There seemed to be a lot of action on the water around the object even though it moved slowly.”
Odds of the Loch Ness Monster Being Discovered
The story of the Loch Ness Monster has been around for quite some time. It wasn’t until last year that Paddy Power put out odds on someone discovering the cryptid. The odds were set at roughly 25 percent for the Loch Ness Monster to be found in 2020. That obviously didn’t come to fruition and the odds haven’t been updated for this year yet.
With so many sightings on a near monthly basis, it’s only a matter of time before someone proves that something unexpected is living in the loch. Although it may not be the plesiosaur that people think, this could still be a historic discovery.
What do you believe the Loch Ness Monster is? A Greenland shark? A plesiosaur? An eel? Something more sinister?