Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Lunch at Loch Ness?

Humps near Farm?

Here is a new image from "Google Earth" that may show the Loch Ness Monster.
This is from the Northern end of the Loch, near the shoreline.  Not far from the Town of Dores.  It looks like there is a fish farm setup near the shore.  Using the bottom farm, look directly straight out from the last four squares.  At the top of the image you will see three faint spots, or humps in a row.  I suspect this could be the Loch Ness Monster coming to the farm for lunch! The "Google Earth" "ruler" tool measures the distance of the three humps, from first to last ... to be 55 feet.  A close inspection indicates very faint wakes coming from the humps.  So the monster  would be slowly approaching the farm, searching for opportunities to eat.  Decide for yourself, down load "Google Earth," and investigate!

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