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Loch Ness Monster sighted on Apple satellite image

Oddly, an Apple satellite image appears to show the Loch Ness Monster, according to an April 19 report by The Big Lead. Most of the time, you would not expect to have Nessie associated with Apple, but in this situation, the two are together, and before this "sighting" of the elusive creature, it had not been seen for 18 months (reported sightings turned out to be elaborate hoaxes), which is the longest amount of time between reports since 1925.

Has the Loch Ness Monster been sighted after a long 18 months?
Has the Loch Ness Monster been sighted after a long 18 months?
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The image from Apple Maps shows an incredibly odd looking creature that is about 50 feet long in the depths of the Loch Ness in Scotland. Of course, people who believe Nessie is real are thrilled with this new development. The Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club has studied this shadowy image for the past six months, and they have concluded that this Apple satellite image is the real deal showing the Loch Ness Monster. They believe this is very likely to be Nessie.

According to the fan club, this picture does not have any other logical explanation. Clearly it is not a log moving along under water. They believe it is highly unlikely a submarine trolls the depths of the Loch. Also, the image shows a create that is too big to be a seal.

Interestingly, two different people reported this Apple satellite image to the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club. Andrew Dixon, 26, was not actually looking for Nessie when he ran across the image by accident while perusing his iPhone app. Even so, when he saw the picture, he immediately thought of the Loch Ness Monster. Peter Thain, 49, also saw the image on his iPhone. Both men forwarded their discovery to the club.

Apparently Loch Ness Monster enthusiasts are thrilled to have Nessie back after she had gone missing for the past 18 months. Do you believe this image is of the elusive creature?