The Loch Ness Monster Got Caught On Drone Footage
British outdoor enthusiast Richard Mavor was paddling through Loch Ness in Scotland for a charity canoe expedition, and might've accidentally caught drone footage showing the Loch Ness Monster is still out there.
“The last thing I want to do is make a Nessie claim,” Mavor told New York Post. “I’m the most skeptical of people. But watching this I think yeah, there’s something a bit strange here.”
Throughout his trip, he sent a drone up above the group to help catch footage that would chronicle their expedition. In his full video, the drone is flying above the group's camp along the banks.
A commenter by the name of Steve Banks viewed his video nearly a week later, and brought the Nessie part up.
“4 mins waters edge, the ripples look like Nessie,” Bates wrote on the video.
Mavor viewed the video again, and figured it was light and the Loch's ripple that caused the image to look the way it does. As time went on, he started to think differently.
The footage seemingly shows something floating or swimming up to the coast, never coming above the water's surface.
"It’s an inland water, you don’t get tidal debris like you do on the coast,” he told New York Post. “Things do wash up, but nothing the size of this.”
Here's a zoomed photo with color adjusted to make the subject in question pop a little bit more. You can sort of make out that long neck and fins the beast is known for.
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