An extraordinary new image on Google Earth has given fresh life to the age-old conundrum of whether Loch News really is inhabited by a monster. The image was unearthed by security guard Jason Cooke who was browsing through satellite pictures on the website, presumably on a quiet night, and has reignited the previously slumbering world of Nessieology – there have been no wavelets since a spate of sightings in 2005. Indeed, so worried had Nessieologists become that some were speculating that he/she/it might have fallen victim to climate change in the Highlands.
The object spotted by Cooke looks like a giant tadpole, with an oval body, tail and flippers. Read more
Friday, August 28, 2009
Nessie Spotted on Google Earth
Jason Cooke was surfing through Google Earth when he decided to look at a satellite photo of Loch Ness in Scotland and spotted an image which may be the Loch Ness monster.