Despite the official investigation finally coming to a close in January 2017, four years after Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared with 239 souls aboard, a conspiracy theorist says he may have found the missing plane. Although debris washed ashore along the western Indian Ocean in 2015 and 2016 was confirmed to be parts of the missing plane, this conspiracy theorist presents Google Earth satellite imagery showing an intact jet just below the surface of the water.
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The photo with the underwater outline of a plane was found after a searcher who was scanning images off the coast of Padang, Indonesia discovered it just one hour from where MH370 took off from at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The fatal departure took place in March 2014 and the hundreds of souls aboard the flight were never heard from again.
The finder of the photograph shared it but did not identify himself saying, "Just putting this out there, what if this was the MH370 after all this time? Some will say it's just an aircraft coming in for landing caught on satellite, some may say this is just a bogus post. But just imagine the aircraft came in for a slow soft water landing, in calm waters which is below the radar and they knew it was there for a rescue job."
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The poster continued, "If you do a calculation of its size via Google tools, it's about 12 to 15m long on top of the water. I am not too sure for the formula to calculate its size say at a 15-20m depth of water. Someone may know it." Other online posters agreed it could actually be the missing aircraft. Another poster added, "Yikes, it's not a bogus post, I just checked and it was there. And it ain't coming into land, if you look closely, it looks like it's upside down?"
The conversation between theorists continued with another adding, "It's so close to that island and the main coast, someone had to have survived? Unless it disorientated them being upside down? Nice catch." Others were more skeptical writing, "It's right side up. If it were upside down, the engine mounts would be more visible. Also, this one is above the water, as you can clearly see it, vs if it was at the bottom in the water."
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Adding to the mystery is the fact that the Beijing-bound flight lost contact with air traffic control 40 minutes after take-off over the South China Sea and disappeared from radar. Surely, the official investigators could have found this image if an online search of Google Earth can? And if it isn't missing flight MH370, which flight is it?
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