An Ohio woman on a mission to spot the Loch Ness Monster suspects that she may have found success from the comfort of her own home thanks to Google Earth. Lisa Stout told a Scottish newspaper that she'd seen recent photos of the famed cryptid in the news and mused to herself that "I can definitely find a better image." And so she set about scouring Google Earth for potential signs of the creature at Loch Ness.
Finally, after weeks of looking, Stout stumbled upon some pictures on the service that were taken at the site two years ago. Much to her amazement, one of the photos appears to show a long and dark anomaly seemingly emerging from the water. Stout speculates that this is the neck of Nessie, which she posits was about three to five feet long and one foot wide. At the base of the protrusion, she believes, is a glimpse of the creature's body slightly sticking out of the water.
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