Notation by Marc Aupiais
A Scotland local, ironically named: Jason Cooke [aha . . . note the phonetic spelling, we couldn't resist noting it, could you?] (25 years of age), who, is reportedly a security guard from Nottingham, England, has reportedly told the United Kingdom's Sun, that he has spotted what looks like Nesse, a.k.a. the "Loch Ness Monster".
Differing from some who have "photographed" Nesse, Mr Cooke is not the offending party against the beloved mythical/real sea creature. Adding zest to the story, the image of "Nesse" was taken from outa space. Google, then placed this image online along with millions of kilometres of other images. Mr Cook, while doing what we all ironically do when we first get hold of Google's satellite technology, was scouting out the area around his residence, when he noticed something a bit fishy.
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Link to co-ordinates on Google Maps, the online version of Google Earth:
In Google Earth: enter: 57.214408,-4.5706609 in the fly to box.
Whether Google somehow disrupted their technology to create a sighting, which has not been widely considered a credible conspiracy, whether it is a boat (which it does not look like), or whether it is Mr or Mrs or Miss Nesse, is for the viewer to determine for themselves.
While Google Earth images have been used by environmentalists, and others- this is the first time a mythical/real creature of the likes of Nesse has been discovered. As Nesse is probably an endangered species, this may be significant, but the environmental groups don't seem to have commented.
The first alleged sighting of Nesse was about 1500 years ago, when he/she/it allegedly ate a local farmer like fast food. Nesse has starred in multiple films, and documentaries, although whether or not the documentaries featured her has been debated.
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