Kalynn Wangle and Eoin O’Fagan recorded the first three new Loch Ness Monster sightings of 2021.
Recording this mysterious cryptid is commonplace for the two popular webcam watchers. In 2020, Wangle and O’Fagan each recorded multiple sightings of the underwater monster, confirmed by the Official Loch Ness Monster Register (OLNMR).
The OLNMR also confirmed the three new 2021 sightings, each recorded by either Wangle or O’Fagan.
Loch Ness Monster Sighting – January 11, 2021
The first sighting in 2021 belongs to Wangle. It’s a short video that she found by meticulously watching the webcams that oversee the loch for evidence of the cryptid. She admitted to watching the video a few times to confirm the sighting.
Although the webcam looks as if the view is impaired by rain, the sighting is rather clear. A V-shaped wake appears near the large trees on the left-hand side of the video. Within 10 seconds of the wake disappearing, a large black object appears on the video. Unfortunately, the object only appears for a split second before disappearing back into the loch.
The video above shows an enhanced, zoomed in, slow motion version of the sighting.
Loch Ness Monster Sighting – January 19, 2021
Only eight days after Wangle’s sighting, O’Fagan recorded his first Loch Ness Monster sighting in 2021.
He saw something mysterious to the left of the tree on the right-hand side of the screen. O’Fagan claimed that this unexplained event continued for over 20 minutes, though he only recorded it for around three minutes. He also watched the webcam until dark to certify that there was no boat traffic in the area.
Loch Ness Monster Sighting – January 22, 2021
Only three days after his first sighting in 2021, O’Fagan recorded a second, similar sighting.
In nearly the same spot as his first sighting, there were seemingly two creatures splashing and submerging themselves in the water for roughly three minutes.
“[I] immediately saw what I could make out was two objects splashing around in the bay about 100 feet apart,” O’Fagan explained. “They were two black objects throwing up a lot of water, and from the distance were large looking in the water.”
“Then the one on the right submerged, and then came up,” O’Fagan continued. “The one on the left did the same thing intermittently. They were visible for up to three minutes, and then there was nothing. They could have been a couple of feet out of the water and maybe a dozen feet long.”
This wasn’t the only unexplained thing that O’Fagan saw on January 22. A few minutes after recording the video, he saw a black spot a few hundred yards away from where the creatures were seemingly playing. He took a snapshot of the incident.
These are the only three new Loch Ness Monster sightings in January 2021. O’Fagan’s sighting in particular is intriguing, as two cryptids can be seen together at the same time on the video. Is it possible that the Loch Ness Monster is repopulating and its offspring are showing themselves on the loch’s webcams?