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20 October 2017





Loch Ness Monster revealed by Google Earth

googleearth lochness Loch Ness Monster revealed by Google Earth

An obviously-bored security guard named Jason Locke claims to have spotted the mythical (or not?) Loch Ness monster in Google Earth.  The picture above is a 65 foot oblong object with five tendrils emerging from the rear.  Some may call it a boat…which it probably is!  In any case, you can see it for yourself using the coordinates Latitude 57°12′52.13″N, Longitude 4°34′14.16″W.

Google Earth, while a useful tool for education and widely used by non-profit organizations, has joined Google Street View as a popular entertainment platform as well.  People have been caught puking, peeing, even murdering, by Google’s cameras.  We’ve also seen the claimed Lost City of Atlantis (which was debunked) and now Nessie.  What’s nextAn obviously-bored security guard named Jason Locke claims to have spotted the mythical (or not?) Loch Ness monster in Google Earth. The picture above is a 65 foot oblong object with five tendrils emerging from the rear. Some may call it a boat…which it probably is! In any case, you can see it for yourself using the coordinates Latitude 57°12′52.13″N, Longitude 4°34′14.16″W.

Google Earth, while a useful tool for education and widely used by non-profit organizations, has joined Google Street View as a popular entertainment platform as well. People have been caught puking, peeing, even murdering, by Google’s cameras. We’ve also seen the claimed Lost City of Atlantis (which was debunked) and now Nessie. What’s next?



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