Google Earth photo shows a plane submerged at the bottom of the sea. Robert Morton, a 55-year-old Englishman, surfed the Internet through the Google Earth program and ran into a strange photograph. He proceeded to enlarge it and his suspicions turned into affirmations, since near the coast of Edinburgh there seemed to be a plane submerged at the bottom of the sea.
According to AdpresNet, it tweets @AdpresNet: PLANE CRASH MYSTERY: Shocking image of sunken jet off Scottish coast found on Google Earth”
— AdpresNet (@AdpresNet) November 7, 2018
The image shows a quite clear scene and there is no doubt that the object is an airplane. It seems to be in perfect condition; without having suffered a collision. The question is why is it there?
As difficult as it may seem, there is a logical explanation for the presence of the aircraft. Robert considers that, in fact, the plane was flying in the sky, but the satellite took the photo through a cloud that gives it the appearance of being in the water.
This statement was corroborated some time later by a Google representative, who pointed out that indeed the plane was not in the water but flying: “The reason why it seems that the plane is underwater is because each satellite image that is seen on the map is actually a compilation of several images. Rapidly moving objects, such as aircraft, often appear only in one of the many images we use for a given area.”
They are incredible the takings that Google Earth does because they have provoked furor in the forums of Internet where it is spoken of the ghosts, falls of passers-by, hidden zones and legendary places that can be seen through this program.