I enjoyed the Google Earth Secret Places I & II, as the author takes us on a trip from place to place on Earth. You can see the Lat & Lon for that
place. Get Google Earth (GE) and enter those coordinates yourself. They are there in GE. I did it for many of them. How well can I trust GE... I
Googe earth is addctive stuff I find, you can waste away hours without realising it at times. Some interesting stuff on those vids, has anyone
compiled a list of all the unusual things on google earth yet?
I don't know what's up with YouTube. The Google Earth Secret Places video (1 & 2) I watched 3-4 weeks ago does not show up with a search in YT.
There is a bunch of secret places on YT that was not there a month ago (as I recall) but show a post date of 6-12 months ago. The secret places video
I watched had a red bar showing the Lat & Lon for each place visited. I simply wrote the coordinates on a piece of paper and entered them into my copy
of GE. I have a *.kmz file of the places I confirmed. I'll share the file.
Of the secret places video I watched I looked up every coordinate displayed (in the video) in GE. I don't recall the indian face being in the video.
I have a kmz file of the places I could confirm. This type of file is used in Google Earth. It's like a bookmark file but it opens in GE. Then you
just click on the links I made. When you exit GE it will ask you to save this file in temporary places. I think it is safe to do so.
I'm slow on the upchuck this morning, by the time I retrieved the coordinates, you had already found it.
I think that everyone that wants to look at Lunar and Mars pictures should have to trace this one out from memory on their screen first. It just goes
to show how natural features can accidentally mimic real human features.
Though I don't find a single right angle in that image of the indian head, such as are found on some off world pictures.
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