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Man claims discovery of MH370 in Cambodia

By T.K. Randall
September 5, 2018 · Comment icon 50 comments



Could this be MH370 or is it simply an airliner flying over the jungle ? Image Credit: Google Earth
A British man claims that he has discovered the missing airliner in the jungles of Cambodia using Google Earth.
Efforts to uncover exactly what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been continuing in earnest in recent months with investigators eager to solve its disappearance once and for all.

Now Ian Wilson, an amateur technology sleuth who has been searching for the plane on Google Earth, believes that he might have actually made a breakthrough in the form of a satellite image showing what looks like a large plane sitting in the middle of the Cambodian jungle.

"I was on there (Google Earth), a few hours here, a few hours there," he said. "If you added it up I spent hours searching for places a plane could have gone down."
While skeptics have pointed out that the plane in the image could simply be an airliner flying over the jungle, Wilson remains adamant that he has uncovered the wreckage of MH370.

"Measuring the Google sighting, you're looking at around 69 meters, but there looks to be a gap between the tail and the back of the plane," he said.

"It's just slightly bigger, but there's a gap that would probably account for that."

Source: Fox News | Comments (50)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #41 Posted by Timothy 4 years ago
How does that article, in any way, say that the previously identified piece of aircraft is now not? Please quote the paragraph.   
Comment icon #42 Posted by johncbdg 4 years ago
And a second, private search by US company Ocean Infinity that finished at the end of May also found no sign of the wreckage. https://www.************/news/6894472/mh370-flight-mystery-deepens-final-report/ ************ Paste it in and read
Comment icon #43 Posted by Timothy 4 years ago
Seriously mate, what the hell is wrong with your reading and written conversational comprehension skills? It’s to a stage where it actually feels like you’re just trolling with everything you post. You’ve pasted multiple links and videos which directly contradict the point you’re trying to make, in multiple threads.  Your link above again confirms that parts of the aircraft were found. But just that the specific Ocean Infinity searches didn’t find anything significant. Seriously, what the hell @johncbdg? Is it a Scottish-English translation barrier issue? Do you even read/watch what you’re lin... [More]
Comment icon #44 Posted by qxcontinuum 4 years ago
It's funny that you have chosen this photo to highlight the fact that the plane might have been flying since in the photo above it is actually resting to the ground? You can clearly see that is all dirty whilst the tip points of the wing are being covered by trees. So in this case I may ask how did it land it without breaking?
Comment icon #45 Posted by qxcontinuum 4 years ago
Actually above please disregard, I miss read your previous topic by not realizing the plane from the photo was actually a house. A very fair point.  
Comment icon #46 Posted by johncbdg 4 years ago
LOL did you read the link i see its blocked now,THE final report into vanished flight MH370 Sun newspaper 30 july 2018 updated 4 Sep  2018
Comment icon #47 Posted by Stiff 4 years ago
Trust me, the Sun newspaper isn't a reliable source of information. It's more a comedy rag 
Comment icon #48 Posted by Timothy 4 years ago
The link isn’t blocked, that just happens when you paste some links here.  I just googled your link, and yes I read that whole article.  They never said that no parts have been found, they confirm that parts have been found. 
Comment icon #49 Posted by pallidin 4 years ago
You're getting your "confirmed info" from the tabloid "Sun"?       
Comment icon #50 Posted by Timothy 4 years ago
Also, the article doesn’t even support what he’s claiming... It’s actually quite a decently and factually written article, for The Sun. 


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