The Loch Ness Monster is generally believed to be a myth. But there are a few who still hope to see the serpent-like sea creature, claiming sightings every year.
Over the years and with the increased use of personal phones, there have been many who uploaded their own sightings of the famous monster, affectionately called "Nessie."
A recent recording from a camera phone, this time taken in vertical mode much to the dismay of viewers, is said to show Nessie appearing in one of Scotland's loch once again.
Viewers will see something going on in the water a distance away from the person filming. It's difficult to make out exactly what is there, but there is definitely movement.
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The evidence in the video found below is still not as rock solid as many would like, but it is inexplicable and mystifying. Under the YouTube video, the description reads:
"Went to the beach Loch Ness for a day out as the weather was lovely so I thought I'd make the most of it. I lay back sunbathing with a friend on the beach, having lots of laughs. Then as the day went on, we looked at the water and saw something unusual.
It looked about 20-feet long and kept going up and down, so I turned [on] my camera video. We couldn't believe what we were seeing! It came right round as you can see in the video and then passed to the right of us in the water where I could no longer see it.
It was actually amazing whatever it was, it was big! This was in June so the beach was quiet at the time and no boats were out. I just really couldn't believe my eyes."
Another sighting happened in June when an 8-year-old was out on the waters with her grandmother. LAD Bible reported that the experience left the two with a newfound belief in Nessie as well.
Granny Marie described how they sat on the rocks for a while taking silly pictures and splashing their feet Then she saw a flickering in the water and noticed "something long - very long."
"It was weird. Really strange. I can't explain it so the only thing I can think is we have seen the Loch Ness Monster."
Earlier this month, another sea creature appeared and was captured on camera. This one, however, was lifeless and had watched up on shore.
That means it could be observed, and even poked by the recorder. Russian locals were baffled by the fur-covered creature. Some termed it a "gobster," referring to a land whale or sea creature whose specific identity is indeterminable.