Does Nessie have a partner? The Loch Ness Monster Hunter ‘shows that the mythical monster is sharing the loch with another giant of the deep’
- Eoin O’Faodhagain, 58, watches the shadowy figures emerging from the water.
- The webcam shows your movement across the lake over a two-minute period.
- The discovery could be added to the official record of Loch Ness monster sightings.
Researchers have discovered that there may not only be one Loch Ness monster, but there may be TWO.
Nessie hunter Eoin O’Faodhagain, 58, was monitoring a webcam of the loch when he saw a dark presence he estimates to be 30 feet long.
Within an hour, he saw two humps surfacing not far away, and they seemed to be moving away from each other.
Mr O’Faodhagain said: “It is obvious that the two Nessie-like humps are moving over a period of two minutes, with the larger of the two humps having changed position relative to the smaller one.”
“Given the fact that there is no visible water disturbance between the objects, you would have to agree that they are two separate moving creatures.”
Mr Eoin O’Faodhagain has several entries on the Official Register of Loch Ness Monster Sightings, but new rules regarding webcam sightings mean the registry has yet to record an entry in 2023.
He now believes that the large scale of the previous dark shape in the water could officially support the ‘Nessie’ theory.
And he added: ‘What animal could be so long?
“What is startlingly obvious about the Loch Ness sightings is that eyewitnesses could be seeing two different creatures coexisting in the same loch.
‘What the other creature is could be completely unknown.
The two humps seen by Eoin O’Faodhagain are captured on the official Loch Ness webcam
After a while, the ‘dark presence’ in the lake splits in two and they go their separate ways.
“What we do know is that there are plenty of eels in Loch Ness, having a rogue giant is not beyond the realm of reality.”
O’Faodhagain believes that it also offers an explanation for the contrasting accounts of the monster’s appearance.
He said: “This is just my opinion, that Nessie is two different creatures, hence the abundance of different descriptions we have for her.”
The latest discovery in Loch Ness has sparked speculation that there may be two monsters.
The sighting was captured at Shoreland Lodges, near Fort Augustus on the south shore of the loch, using a webcam maintained there by Visit Inverness Loch Ness (VILN).
Mr O’Faodhagain is perhaps the most prolific source of webcam sightings, often going online to watch the water from his home in County Donegal, Ireland.
VILN webcams can be viewed live online at visitvernesslochness.com.