Nessie spotted for the twelfth time this year.
Updated: Aug 1, 2019
With Loch Ness Monster skeptic Richard Cobb's sighting of Nessie this past Thursday, we are one sighting away from breaking 2018's record.
"I never believed in Nessie - but now I'm not so sure. What I saw was just weird. It was a dead calm, warm night and this thing broke the surface a few hundred yards away. I couldn't make out a head or anything - but there was something in the middle that was different to the rest of it." – Richard Cobb
Earlier this year Mike Bell, skipper of the Loch Ness Cruises tour boat Ness Hunter, spotted this 25-foot long object swimming 35 meters below their boat.
"It was my first sighting of Nessie. When we turned around to pick up the contact again we could not find it. It was definitely a moving object and bigger than any fish I know of in Loch Ness. It was exceptionally big. I would like to think it was Nessie. It was at 35 meters and moving."– Mike Bell
Veteran Nessie hunter claims his video shows two 20ft monsters together near the shore.