Has a KRAKEN been spotted on Google Earth? Monster hunters claim to have found 120m long giant squid-like creature

  • Used Google Earth to find size of creature which showed 30m (100 feet)
  • Sighting occurred on April 9, 2016 using 63° 2'56.73"S 60°57'32.38"W
  • Said it must be the Kraken, but also looks like a Plesiosaur
  • Another theory is this disturbance could be an underwater UFO 

Nordic folklore speaks of a massive creature that haunted the icy seas of the North Sea, where it attacked passing vessels with gigantic tentacles.

And conspiracy theorists claims to have spotted this mythical Kraken swimming off the coast of Deception Island near Antarctica.

Using Google Earth, this sea monster appears to be 120m from head to end, with ‘the mid area of a giant squid’.


Another conspiracy theorist has posted about the find, but with a different opinion about the large object.

‘But if you look more closely it looks like an artificially made object, an underwater UFO coming out of the ocean,’ the unknown author shared on UFO Sightings Hotspot.

A video of the unusual sighting was posted on YouTube by uploader Wowforreeel. 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3643828/Has-KRAKEN-s... 

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