Google Earth spy satellite finds Loch Ness Monster?!

Long a subject of paranormal mythology a suspected long-extinct plesiosaur was said to be hidden in the frigid waters of Loch Ness, Scotland. 

Despite mini-subs and SONAR no one yet had captured the elusive beastie -until now.

Security guard Jason Cooke claims he spotted a 65 foot long oblong shape that matches the time-honored description of "Nessie" while exploring on Google Earth, an interconnected series of satellite imagery.

Longtime Nessie researcher Adrian Shine found the image “really intriguing” and said it deserved further study.

Yet careful analysis shows it may be a mere boat with flawed pixilation.

Judge for yourself at Google Earth using the co-ordinates Latitude 57°12’52.13"N, Longitude 4°34’14.16"W.

Yeti, your move.