Do you believe in the Loch Ness Monster? A lot of people do, and some even claim to have spotted her in the wild. If you can’t make it to the Scottish Highlands to look for her yourself, you can at least keep your eyes peeled with this live cam trained right on Loch Ness, where Nessie supposedly lives. Will you get lucky enough to see her?
- The Loch Ness Monster first entered public consciousness back in 1933. While reports of a monster in Scotland’s Loch Ness reach all the way back to the year 533 in Life of St. Columba by Adomnán, it wasn’t until 22 July 1933, when George Spicer and his wife claimed to have seen “a most extraordinary form of animal” crossing in front of their car. From there, the mythology took off, and we’ve been looking for Nessie ever since.
- A few photographs of the Loch Ness Monster exist. Well, supposedly they exist. They’re grainy at best, as are sonar images that allegedly depict Nessie. In other words, there’s no concrete evidence that the Loch Ness Monster is a real thing, but that hasn’t stopped people from believing in her.
- This live cam will let you keep an eye out for her nonetheless. If you believe the Loch Ness Monster might exist and you want to look for her with your own eyes, you can keep your eyes trained on this live cam that depicts the lake where she supposedly lives and may just pop out of at any time.
- Even if you don’t spot the Loch Ness Monster, you can watch sheep on the live cam. They live in the field next to the lake and they’re pretty cute too. While there’s not much of a chance of seeing mythical creatures, you can at least appreciate the beautiful Scottish highlands and the other animals that inhabit the area, and that’s good enough, right?