The fabled Loch Ness Monster, Nessie, seems to have lost its bashfulness with the camera.
Along the shore of the loch at Urquhart Castle as tourists were walking, they came face-to-face with what was described as a “big black belly” by a certain tourist.
Consuela Ross 50, together with five-year-old granddaughter and daughter witnessed the Nessie sighting. “We looked and could see this big disturbance quite a way out and this big black object in the middle of it,” she said.
Ross was accompanied by her daughter, 29 years old Reyshell Avellanoza, and her daughter, Heather, from the Philippines. Reyshell and Heather were visiting Consuela in Scotland who married a Scot named Campbell Ross. While touring Urquhart Castle, a location long connected with sightings of the shy monster, they suddenly witnessed a huge beast materialize below the surface of the lake.
Tech Times said, the trio were so astonished by the vision of this beast that they forgot to immediately go for their cameras to record the unbelievable event. But they managed to capture a video however, after overcoming their initial amazement.
“I took still photographs and Reyshell used her zoom as well to try and get a closer look, but it wasn’t as good as what we saw with our eyes,” Consuela said.
What they did managed to record on their tablet were waves on the water surface stirred up due to the passage of an enormous thing. They attested that the monster dove under the waves as they began filming, missing the rare opportunity of ever becoming the first persons to take a shot as proof to the existence of Nessie. The Filipinos are convinced though that what they witness was indeed the Loch Ness Monster.
“Reyshell had her tablet and we were taking pictures when Heather pointed out something in the water,” said Consuela. “She said it looked like a big black belly. We looked and could see this big disturbance quite a way out and this big black object in the middle of it.”
“One of my pictures shows a dark object behind the circle of water and that was it moving away. We were all quite excited by it. I have always been a believer in the monster and for my family to see it was amazing. If we had been a little quicker with our cameras, we would have better images.”