For decades over decades many scientists, adventurers, monster hunters and even submarines have been trying to pin point the notorious Loch Ness monster. However, it looks like all you actually have to do in order to find Nessie is to own an iPhone.
Two amateur Nessie hunters found out their iPhones were the perfect tool for going on a Nessie hunt. Andy Dixon and Peter Thain both used their smartphones when trying to hunt down the notorious mythical creature. They used Apple Maps app and discovered a strange shape in the waters of Loch Ness. The satellite pictures portray an ethereal and ghost-ish shape that resembles something between a fish and a ghostly marine creature. According to the two hunters, there’s no doubt that Nessie’s on the satellite images.
Furthermore, William Hill also believes them. Probably the biggest bookmaker in the world, Hill is offering a £1000 annual prize to the person that captures the best Nessie sighting. Since no signs of Nessie were spotted in 2013, nobody claimed the prize last year. Will Thain and Dixon claim this year’s one?
source: Apple Maps
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