Satellite map images have been great for capturing roadkill, highway robberies, rednecks getting down to business, and even lost forest tribes — so it would make sense that it could also capture some myths that have evaded the human eye since the SIXTH century.
A recent photo from Apple Maps outlines what looks like could be the Loch Ness Monster! Glen Campbell who heads the Loch Ness Monster Fan Club spoke to ABC News and said:
“It’s pretty large, so it’s not a seal or an otter. It’s also not a whale or basking shark as some people claim, because they wouldn’t go in fresh water.” Campbell says he saw the Loch Ness monster in March 1996. But when he went to tell people about the incident, he found that there was no one keeping active records of sightings. Now he runs the fan club which collects current sightings, but has also collected a compendium of sightings dating back to 565 A.D.
“We really have got a mystery, which is great.”