Is this real?
Go on Google Maps. Type in: 52.376552,5.198303 and you'll see a man dragging a body into a lake.
I could not make anything out
Now that's weird. Pray tell how you learned of this.
Now that's being caught by big brother.
Switch to satellite. Zoom in on the pier with the round deck at the end.
Some people do know the schedule of when the google earth satellite goes by. I would say to reference this like on the TV Show The Big Bang Theory, and how they wanted to have their wedding on the roof to have it captured. People play around with it and do things like this, so I doubt it is real.
Original post was from here btw:
I doubt it's a real murder, but still interesting.
Some people do know the schedule of when the google earth satellite goes by. I would say to reference this like on the TV Show The Big Bang Theory, and how they wanted to have their wedding on the roof to have it captured. People play around with it....
"The Big Bang Theory" is a TV show. IT'S NOT REAL! My advice to you is not to live your life or advise others based on what you see on The Big Bang Theory.
Satellites used in Earth photography are in low earth orbit, so they circle the earth several times each day. It is easy enough to get the orbital information and a tracking program to show just where any satellite is and when it will pass overhead, but that is not enough. If you look at the history feature of Google Earth you will see that they may only update an image every year or two, at best. Often much less than that. So it is EXTREMELY unlikely that anyone could know just when the image that Google was next going to use for a particular location would be taken. It certainly would be nice if Google information were updated on a more frequent basis, and if that ever happened then perhaps people might play with it, but for now any talk of people knowing of and planing for a Google satellite photograph has to stay in the realm of childish fantasy.
People do sometimes know when the Google Street View camera is in their area and act on that knowledge. But playing with the sky view would require insider knowledge and access at Google, and, if you have that, better results could be achieved more simply with Photoshop.
I see a guy standing up next to someone laying down under a blanket. Maybe you have better resolution than I do...
Am I seeing a trail of blood on the dock?
Maybe, Maybe not.. We cant tell you that!!
Big Bang,,not real? OMG!
People are doing that to the street view cars too...
Just saw a post elsewhere of a couple that passed a google SV car, pulled over and staged an on the hood sex scene..
If that really was blood, someone would have seen it later, reported it to the local Politie, and it would have been big news that the murder was caught by satellite.
You say it isn't real but all formula's are correct and recent within today's society on any board within it. I know it is a TV show, but this information can be figured out and used.
The actual picture was of a guy with his dog, but thanks for coming out.
"The Big Bang Theory" is a TV show. IT'S NOT REAL!
Next thing you will probably tell us that SpongeBob SquarePants is not real either.
it looks like 2 people standing over what appears to be... a loch ness monster.
That's so neat.
The internet is good for incorrect stuff and good for correcting the incorrect stuff.
Glad it wasn't a body...
how wired LOL!
Another thing to keep in mind is that not all of these photos on Google Maps / Google Earth are actually *Satellite* photos. Most of the higher resolution ones are actually taken by aircraft that photograph areas (typically urban areas) for GIS surveys. This photo appears to be in that category. Thus, mugging for the satellite as it passes over won't do you any good in many cases if you are in an urban area, because Google doesn't use sat photos in urban areas. They use aerial photography.
"Although Google uses the word satellite, most of the high-resolution imagery of cities is aerial photography taken from aircraft flying at 800–1500 feet rather than from satellites; while most other imagery is in fact from satellites."
the human mind seeing what it wants..
My question, though I didn't post it earlier, was this: If the badguy is dragging a body, where's the vehicle it was transported in, and what crook in their right mind would do this 1 hour either side of noon? (the best time for sat pics)
Well... there goes MY day...
It's not really clear, but it does look like someone dragging a body.
Took a six pack of beer though
Gotta have a pretty vivid imagination to see someone dragging a body in that picture. I see what might be a person standing or crouching next to something on the dock. Looks like perhaps a scrunched up blanket.
the human mind seeing what it wants..
what crook in their right mind would do this 1 hour either side of noon? (the best time for sat pics)
Once again, this ain't a sat pic. It's aerial photography from a plane. Google just calls all the imagery "satellite", but it's not.
Here's a neat trick for increasing the zoom level on Google maps
Either way, a crook dumping a body in broad daylight, with no transportation is still a longshot.
Norman Bates weeps.
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