The Loch Ness Monster has likely been found on a mysterious-looking image on Apple Maps, according to a number of reports on Saturday. There are those who are swearing that this is finally proof that the fabled Loch Ness Monster in the Scottish Highlands lake does indeed exist. Things look real this time around in the endless search for the Loch Ness Monster, according to a Time report on Saturday. But wait – there are others who say the image being hailed as the proof of the Loch Ness Monster’s existence also looks like the wake of a boat.
Loch Ness theorists, however, don’t see the wake of yet another boat when they look at the image. What they see is something quite different. In particular, two amateur Nessie hunters – as they are called – discovered their findings on images from various satellites looking down on the Earth’s surface, according to an Inquisitr report. The images’ location focuses just south of Dores and has been visible on some iPhones and iPads that have the Apple map app, say Andy Dixon of County Durham and Peter Thain from Northumberland in England.
Dixon says that he came across the image as he traipsing through satellite transmissions of different parts of Scotland. While he was looking at that part of the world, he said he thought he would try to scope out Loch Ness. That’s when he saw the image. And as the world well-knows, anytime there is a reported “discovery” of the Loch Ness Monster, headlines are born throughout the planet – not just in Scotland.
Could it be that Apple will now be credited with having solved one of the greatest mysteries of all time? Could it be that Apple has truly found the Loch Ness Monster? Or could it be that Apple will turn out being embarrassed by the Apple Maps’ assertion that anything is being seen on its image other than the wake of yet another boat? Until further notice, the Loch Ness monster remains a cryptid – a creature that has been often talked about but not yet proven to be real.