I think I found it yesterday hiding in the "Terra/MODIS Corrected Reflectance (3-6-7)" layer on NASA Worldview.
If you look at the center-right area, basically following the 60 Degrees East Longitude, the putative "Goat's Head" is sitting on its side, with the longer "horn" sticking out below the line and to the right, and the smaller "horn" above that (also to the right). The "head" extends along/above the longitude line down to the left. Both horns are starting to disintegrate, but the one to the bottom/right (the "left" side of the head looking at you) is holding together better. I've attached a cut-out of the shape, but am not sure how to imbed my attachment in the this post
So, my stupid question is: Have I actually found the famous "Goat's Head", or is this just a coincidentally similar shape in the same general area where the real Goat's Head was last spotted? Interestingly, the shape is only visible--at least to my untrained eye--with the Terra MODIS 3-6-7 Corrected Reflectance layer.
I asked the question on Neven's blog, but I think this is probably the most appropriate place.
Update: Ah, I just saw when I posted, the attachements did indeed show-up in the post (even though they didn't show-up in the preview).