A Loch Ness webcam viewer with a knack for spotting anomalies that could be the site's legendary 'monster' has been credited with ending a months-long drought of reports by recording the first official Nessie sighting of 2022.
On March 23rd, Eoin O'Faodhagain of Ireland watched the popular live stream when he "noticed wake like movements involving two objects moving parallel to each other" approximately 450 feet from shore.
In the video, the oddities appear on the water briefly before disappearing, followed by another odd object in the general direction where they were headed.
As with most Nessie sighting videos, the footage is hard to decipher.
However, it was apparently strange enough to be accepted by the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register, which has deemed O'Faodhagain's video to be the first report of 2022 to meet its rigorous standards.