You might be familiar with the Loch Ness monster from your early childhood books, TV shows and movies. But what if we tell you that character is not fictional.
Very recently, a British YouTuber and a wild camper, Richard Mavor captured a 4K drone footage of what appears to be the strange creature famously known as the Loch Ness Monster. See for yourself the drone footage that records the outline of what appears a lot like the fictional sea creature floating below the waterline. You might want to maximize your screen to get a clearer picture.
There have been innumerous sightings of the infamous lake monster throughout the years. “The last thing I want to do is make a Nessie claim,” told Richard Mavor to The New York Post. “I’m the most skeptical of people. But watching this I think yeah, there’s something a bit strange here.”
When Mavor initially uploaded the video on YouTube around Sept. 1, he didn’t notice Nessie’s presence. It was about a week later when a viewer commented on his video saying, “4 mins waters edge, the ripples look like Nessie.” Originally, Mavor negated the claims and said that it must be a trick of the light/waves. But as he watched the footage multiple times, Mavor himself was taken aback to have actually found the mythical Scottish Monster.
“I had to rewind and fast-forward several times,” Mavor claimed. “That’s what confused me. It’s an inland water, you don’t get tidal debris like you do on the coast. Things do wash up, but nothing the size of this.”
In another interview that Mavor had with the Daily Record, he explained, “I couldn’t believe it. I had to rewind the footage several times and have watched it several times since. I don’t know what it is but it certainly has the same shape as previous sightings of Nessie. The more I watch it I think ‘crikey!’ there really wasn’t anything in the area that could be. There was no driftwood or anything like that so who knows. We had just parked up and I thought I would get some nice shots on the beach for my YouTube. I didn’t notice what I had picked up until others told me to watch out for it. It could be a trick of the light but we can’t be sure.”
While sightings of the large, long-necked sea creature in Loch Ness river of the Scottish Highlands date back to hundreds of years, their existence are yet to be confirmed.