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The Disappearance of Flight N3808H

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There is proof that he was being chased by something and was trying to avoid it, but there is none for what you're suggesting.

Chased?! Show "chased" in air-ground communications. Since when alleged avoidance by crew is regarded as "chasing", huh?

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Does anyone know the estimated depth of the water where the plane went down in? Just because it was "never found" doesn't mean its some nefarious alien plot to steal a plane. Most ocean depths are still unacceptable by modern rescue equipment, let alone equipment from 30 years ago.

Sorry, your alien theory doesn't hold water (pun intended)

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Does anyone know the estimated depth of the water where the plane went down in? Just because it was "never found" doesn't mean its some nefarious alien plot to steal a plane. Most ocean depths are still unacceptable by modern rescue equipment, let alone equipment from 30 years ago.

Sorry, your alien theory doesn't hold water (pun intended)

Depends on where they actually crashed. Depth of even 100 meters would be enough to "hide" wreckage. 35 miles north of Mona island depths reach 1000 meters and plus (link).

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If this is true then perhaps the aircraft in subject was being shepherded into one of these electromagnetic fields.

Right, and were exposed to extreme cavity searches...

Don't forget special gloves

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