Loch Ness Monster Spotted On Google Earth

08.27.09 | FL News Team

Google Earth may have captured a photo of the alleged "Loch Ness Monster." That's according to British tabloid "The Sun," which says a British security guard named Jason Cooke claims to have spotted something resembling a sea creature with a tail and four flippers in satellite images. The oval body in the photo is estimated to be 65-feet long, has a tail, and four legs.

The grainy picture could also be a boat and its wake.

Adrian Shine of the Loch Ness Project says, "This is really intriguing. It needs further study."  Those who have used Google Earth and are interested in taking a peek at the photo of the alleged Nessie, can put in the coordinates latitude 57 degrees 12'52. 13"n, longitude 4 degrees 34'14. 16"w.