Nessie believers from around the globe are recently praising the newest find showing what they believe to be the Loch Ness Monster as seen from space. Depicted just feet below the surface of the water, the image seems to be only classified as a mystery.
The images of the mythical creature came about as browsers stumbled across the sighting on Apple’s satellite map app. Apparently just scanning pictures of the earth, two separate men managed to snap a screenshot and save it for further analysis.
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Despite the updated images only being visible on some iPads and iPhones, hunters Peter Thain from Northumberland and Andy Dixon County Durham, were nonetheless ecstatic from their find. According to Dixon, “It was purely by accident that I came across the image. I was trawling through satellite transmissions of different parts of the country and I thought I would try Loch Ness.”
As explained, “I could see something big under the water and I saved it to my phone. My first thought was that it was the monster and I contacted Gary Campbell of the Official Loch Ness Monster Club.” Dixon further relayed, “I was a believer in Nessie even before this but I had never been. Now I am so excited, I can’t wait to get up north and pay a visit – with a camera of course.”
“Unfortunately I have not seen anything since but I will keep looking.”
Campbell shared, “We first received Peter’s information at the back end of last year but took some time to try to work out what it was.” Expressing their difficulties, he noted, “Initially it was difficult because it doesn’t appear on all online satellite images – only some of them on Apple products.”
Stating his surprise with the find, Campbell also said, “When Andy got in touch at the beginning of the year, we finally managed to locate a device that had the image on it and asked some boating experts to look at it. They confirmed that while it looks like a boat wake, it cannot be a boat as there is no hull or superstructure visible. This is confirmed by the fact that there are clear images of other boats in the pictures.”
He concluded by conveying, “Whatever it is, it’s just below the surface and heading south so unless there have been secret submarine trials going on in the loch, the size of the object would make it likely to be Nessie.”
Apparently the mythical creature had gone unreported for about 18 months leaving believes highly unsatisfied, and frankly, a bit worried. Reportedly, the last time Nessie had gone this long without being spotted was way back in 1925.
Campbell expressed his joy by mentioning, “After Nessie ‘going missing’ for 18 months, it’s great to see her back.”
Every year, Campbell offers a $1,000 reward for the best picture of the Loch Ness monster. Seeing how