The Loch Ness monster has appeared, and 3 people saw a huge black shadow moving slowly

The Loch Ness Monster is a major unsolved mystery that has been the subject of much discussion. The picture is a hypothetical picture of the Loch Ness Monster. (Video screenshot)

The Loch Ness Monster is a great unsolved mystery and has been the subject of much discussion. Recently, three more people saw, at different times, a huge unidentified black object moving slowly on the surface of the lake.

Loch Ness is Britain’s largest freshwater lake, the lake is cold and dark, rumors of the Loch Ness Monster have been circulating for a century, so far no one has been able to unravel the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster, but that does not stop people from being fascinated by the Loch Ness Monster.

According to the Daily Mail, on March 17, the 28-year-old woman Wangle (Kalynn Wangle) in Oregon, USA, watched the instant image of the Loch Ness online and found a huge black unidentified object under the surface of the water at the shore of the lake. It moved slowly toward the center of the lake, then turned midway and continued to move along the shore.

Wanger said, “It does look like there’s a huge animal in the water, like it’s moving underwater causing waves on the surface.”

Roslyn Casey, a woman from Leeds, England, also saw a huge unidentified black shadow under the surface of the water while watching live footage on Loch Ness.

Casey said she had been to Loch Ness before and had to search for Loch Ness online because of restrictions imposed by the British government during the Chinese Communist virus pandemic.

Another witness was Eoin O’Fagan, a man from County Donegal, Ireland, who saw an unexplained sighting on March 12 via an online live feed from Loch Ness.

He saw the surface of Loch Ness was stirred, there are black objects up and down, moving slowly in front of the camera, disappearing at the bottom of the screen, but at the time there was no boat on the lake.

The 24-year-old NGO “Loch Ness Monster Official Sightings Register” (Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register) confirmed that there have been six sightings this year.

The earliest record of the Loch Ness Monster was in the 6th century, when an Irish missionary and his servant were swimming in Loch Ness and encountered a terrifying water monster.

In the 19th century, local witnesses were convinced that there were terrifying mega-animals swimming in Loch Ness, and in 1933, a couple spotted a monster leaping into the loch from the shores of Loch Ness from the embankment. After that, sightings of the water monster gradually increased, with many people claiming to have taken relevant photos, but some photos are believed to be fakes.

Comprehensive reports of various sightings show that the Loch Ness Monster is about 15 meters long, with a slender neck, a triangular head, a hump on its back, a grayish-black body, and rapid action, and some similarities to the snake necked dragon.

In order to uncover the true nature of the Loch Ness Monster, many groups went directly to Loch Ness to search for it. 1934, someone organized a large-scale search for the Loch Ness Monster, 20 people worked hard all day and found nothing.

In 2003, the BBC organized a search for the Loch Ness Monster, and still had nothing to find.