Mother and Daughter Report NESSIE Sighting This Past November!
A Scottish mother and daughter report one of the final Loch Ness Monster sightings of 2020.
On November 15, 2020, Jennifer Macrae, 60, and her daughter Louise Power, 38, were on a stroll along the Loch when they believe they spotted the infamous Loch Ness Monster.
The sighting occurred at Great Glen Way above Temple Pier at Drumnadrochit. Louise has lived in the area her entire life and had never seen anything strange until that day. Jennifer spotted the alleged creature first when she saw “something strange” in the water.
According to Louise, “Mum saw it first and said ‘look!’ and I just said ‘be quiet’. I expected to see a seal or something but we spent 20 minutes watching this thing moving slowly along the middle of the loch.”
“There was a wake after it and during that time it did not disappear – it just kept moving slowly.”
“Then it turned towards Dores with a big wave and just went under the water and disappeared.”
She added: “I just couldn’t believe it. It was quite big and whitish grey. I couldn’t put an exact size on it – other than it was big. We have both lived here all our lives and we have never seen anything like that before.”
Louise went on to say, “I did believe that there was something unexplained in the loch – now I know there is! When it turned away from us the waters were really disturbed and we watched it for another five minutes before it went under.
“At the end of our sighting it did not look as long as it did at the beginning – you could not make out its exact shape.
“I run and walk along that road regularly and I have never seen anything unusual before in all those years. I’ve been trying to rationalize it in my head since but I’m baffled.”
The keeper of the Official Loch Ness Sightings Register, Gary Campbell, has accepted the encounter on November 15th, 2020, as a record.
He states: “This is the 13th accepted sighting this year which in a year of lockdown is incredible.”
Here is their pic. What do you think it could be?
Source: The Anomalist / The Scottish Sun
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