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  • ​A Loch Ness Monster enthusiast claimed Friday that he found proof of the monster's

  • existence in the one place nobody thought to look: Apple Maps.

  • So, yeah. That's it. The mighty Nessiethe famed, majestic sea monster! Or just the wake

  • from a speed boat.

  • After monster hunter Andy Dixon told the Daily Mail of his discovery, it was soon confirmed

  • with an "objective" analysis by Gary Campbell of the Official Loch Ness Monster Club.

  • Campbell added, "unless there have been secret submarine trials going on in the loch, the

  • size of the object would make it likely to be Nessie."

  • And Dixon told the Mail he was excited to collect further proof. "I was a believer in

  • Nessie even before this but I had never been. Now I am so excited, I can't wait to get up

  • north and pay a visit - with a camera of course."

  • And you can count Google in on the Loch Ness conspiracy as Nessie does not appear on Google

  • Maps satellite images. But some are citing the fact that Dixon found the image on Apple

  • Maps as proof that... there is no proof.

  • The inconsistent app endured a famously tortured roll-out in 2012, leading drivers in all the

  • wrong directions and featuring some hilarious visual gaffes. The reaction was so bad that

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook issued an apology to customers. (Via Fox News, Tumblr)

  • But... maybe this is Maps' turning point? As BGR says, "While you may curse at Apple

  • Maps for giving you the wrong directions to your local pizza joint, you'll find that it's

  • all worthwhile once it helps you find Bigfoot or the lost city of Atlantis."

  • Dixon's Nessie sighting breaks up a drought for fans of the mythical beastlast year,

  • for the first time in 90 years, there were zero viable sightings of the monster. And

  • Dixon, who also records sightings, tells the BBC that the monster has been "seen" over

  • 1,000 times in the last 1,500 years.

  • But in 2013, the three most prominent Nessie reports were dismissed as a wave, a photo

  • not actually taken at Loch Ness, and a duck.

​A Loch Ness Monster enthusiast claimed Friday that he found proof of the monster's


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男はネス湖のモンスターを見つけたと主張している...アップルマップ? (Man Claims He Found Loch Ness Monster With... Apple Maps?)

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    吳曜任 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日