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New Nessie Video Captured on iPhone

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 13th, 2014

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Loch Ness Monster photographed by Richard Collis

Richard Collis, 58, spotted something strange in the water as he drove alongside the west shore of the loch – so he pulled over and took some video footage and photographs on his mobile phone.

Amazing new images claiming to show the Loch Ness Monster have been captured on film and video.

Richard Collis, who runs a tree planting company near Drumnadrochit, on the west shore of Loch Ness spotted something unusual as he drove alongside the loch last week.

He pulled his car over and using his mobile phone managed to take some video footage and photographs of the sight.

“I was travelling along the side of loch Ness, saw something out the corner of my eye, pulled over and went down to the Loch and took some photographs,” said Richard, 58, who runs a tree planting company in the area.

“As I was watching, I was thinking what the hell is that!

The loch was quite rough and I wanted to get as best a picture that I could possibly get because I knew it wasn’t going to last forever.

“It was about roughly 150-200 metres out in the water on a stretch about a mile from Fort Augustus heading towards Invermoriston.

“It’s quite difficult to know how long it lasted but it felt like a couple of minutes.”

Richard’s video footage taken on November 6 at 11am shows what appears to be a neck sticking out of the water, staying up despite the choppy waves.

His photographs look very similar to the famous Surgeons photograph of the legendary creature taken by hoaxer Christian Spurling in 1993.
Richard, 58, who was born and bred in the Highland village of Drumnadrochit immediately called his Danish-born wife Vibeke after the incident.

“She thought I was having a joke and I said ‘No no, I’ve got mobile phone footage of it’ then when she saw it she said ‘that’s strange’.

“It’s similar to the Surgeons photo, that’s what I thought was weird.

“To me it looks like a long neck and a small head.

“Like a serpent – the old highland name of it was sea serpent or water horse.

“What do I make of it?

“I just think it’s an anomaly that I can’t really explain.

“I’m a bit of a doubter of a lot of things until I see it myself and I wouldn’t have believed what I saw if someone else was telling me.

“I’ve fished the loch man and boy and I haven’t ever seen anything like that.

“As I say I don’t really believe in anything like that until I see it but what I saw was obviously what the Loch Ness Monster is – I’m not saying it was a fire breathing dragon and I never saw teeth or anything like that, but I must have thought there was something there if I stopped to take pictures.

It’s like seeing a UFO or something like that.

“I’ve seen what potentially could be the Loch Ness Monster.

“I’m excited about seeing it and I’d like to see it again.”

Richard’s wife Vibeke, 60, added: “I’ve been here 37 years and my husband has been here his whole life, so we are completely aware of how unique this is.

“I couldn’t believe it and laughed when he showed me because I knew he could never set that up.

“He’s not very technical or not very computer wise either.

“I couldn’t believe it because when you live here everyone wants a shot, even if it’s a log, but the thing is it does not look like a log.

“It’s definitely not a seal because it’s got a really long neck and it’s too round and smooth to be a log and why would it bob the way it does and then just go away.”

She added: “I can’t believe that my husband managed to get this.

“It is amazing.”

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.


5 Responses to “New Nessie Video Captured on iPhone”

  1. Wee Falorie Man responds:

    Whatever it is, it doesn’t seem to be moving at all. Did anybody ask him if he ever saw it move? Did it eventually dive below the surface of the water or did it remain motionless? It looks like he stopped filming even though it was still visible – why did he do that? He needs to be interviewed more thoroughly, I think.

    I can’t tell how deep the water is in that part of the loch, but it looks like it could be part of an old dead tree sticking up out of the water. That would explain why it doesn’t move and why he stopped filming it while it was still visible. Just speculating …

  2. BigfootLives1971 responds:

    I agree with the prior comment. The locomotion of the waves gives the appearance that the object is moving up and down, but if you look closely, it does appear to be standing still. Most likely a tree branch lodged into the bottom.

  3. awrvb responds:

    During controling frame by frame I saw two creatures!

  4. cryptokellie responds:

    A stick or branch or something bobbing in the water. The audio has wind sounds and the water has some chop as opposed to the calm, flat conditions often refereed as “Monster weather”. The bush that appears in the lower right hand corner gives the scale as being not very far away. Most likely a branch scraping along the bottom in the breeze.

  5. shmargin responds:

    Whatever it is, the clarity required to make any kind of actual call in either direction just isnt there.

    We have plenty of Blobsquatches, this must be the Blobness Monster.




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