Global mapping platforms like Google Earth, WikiSky and other contenders offer hours, even days of amusement.
Anomaly hunters pore over published maps, looking for weird things and, naturally, some of the attention is drawn to myths out of the pre-digital world. Is there a bigger, unsolved mystery than the Loch Ness Monster?
Mappers have studied Loch Ness inch by inch because finding “Nessie” would be the scoop of the century. But, maybe, they’re looking in the wrong place?
A video on YouTube comes close to making the assertion that the Loch Ness Monster has been found. Not in Scotland, but near the bottom of the globe in Antarctica.