Caught on Google Earth: Does this shocking satellite image show a brutal murder being carried out at a lakeside in the Netherlands?

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It could be the scene of a particularly gruesome murder.

Or it could just be a trail of water left by a dog that’s been paddling in the lake.

But this satellite shot from Google maps has sparked online speculation that a nasty crime may have taken place and gone undetected in the city of Almere, across the water from Amsterdam in Holland.

With what looks like a trail of blood apparently leading from a waterside jetty into a park, it’s easy to see why eagle eyed readers might have feared a murder had taken place.

 Caught on Google Earth Does this shocking satellite image show a brutal murder being carried out at a lakeside in the Netherlands
Crime scene? A picture posted on Reddit has sparked speculation that something sinister happened and went undetected in the Dutch city of Almere

The picture appears to show at least one shady figure stood at the end of the jetty.

But if the satellite shot has captured a crime in progress the perpetrator is pretty brazen – it’s broad daylight.

The shot was posted on Reddit with the caption ‘A murder near my house on Google Maps’.

 

It’s not the first time that unusual images have been spotted on Google Earth.

Earlier this year, Fiona Powell of Bristol came across a ghostly image of a man at a house in a village bulldozed to make way for an airfield in South Gloucestershire.

New city: The photo was taken over the city of Almere in Holland (pictured)New city: The photo was taken over the city of Almere in Holland (pictured)

The village of Charlton had been destroyed in 1946 so that the airfield in Filton – owned by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, which is now BAE Systems – could be extended for the giant Brabazon airliner.

Security guard Jason Cook also claimed to have spotted the Loch Ness monster in satellite images.

He claimed that the 65ft oblong shape followed by thin strands is actually the highly contested creature which is famously said to inhabit the open stretch of water in the Scottish Highlands.

The city of Almere where the latest bizarre Google Earth image was captured is Holland’s newest city and home to more than 193,000 people.

The first homes were only completed in 1976. Enlarge   Jason Cooke says this Google Earth image looks just like the Loch Ness Monster

Is this it? Jason Cooke says this Google Earth image looks just like the Loch Ness Monster

Circled: A haunting image of a man was captured on Google Earth at the remains of a house in a ghost village in South Gloucestershire that was bulldozed to make way for an airfieldCircled: A haunting image of a man was captured on Google Earth at the remains of a house in a ghost village in South Gloucestershire that was bulldozed to make way for an airfield

Source: Dailymail


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  1. peta April 19, 2013 at 8:25 am - Reply

    don’t be daft people the google dock picture is not a murder scene the wood is either (red) cedar or redwood because it weathers good … when it becomes wet it looks to have a redish tinge to it /// looks like someone may have been in for a swim lay down to dry off a bit then walked off the deck while still wet hence it looks wet and red in colour …. or a dog in for a swim and then google earth took this picture

  2. 5 War Veteran April 16, 2013 at 8:16 am - Reply

    Do a google earth of sun bathing babes. Let your imagination grow.

    Really is this news worthy?

  3. sarabella April 15, 2013 at 12:57 am - Reply

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