According to independent researcher Daniel Boyer who believes he has found the location of the missing MH370 plane. He claims that he has located MH370 plane destroyed foliage with its engines as it crash-landed in the Cambodian jungle
Mr. Boyer claims he has found satellite images of the wreckage on Google Earth and Apple Maps. His latest evidence for this is the two “trails” of scraped trees leading up to the crash site, which he believes was caused by the “massive engines” of MH370.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 disappeared without a trace on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 souls aboard. Multiple conspiracy theories have sprung up in the years since involving terrorism, cyberhacking, and claims about the so-called “Asian” Bermuda Triangle. Here are the links of a recent article about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
He said: “I am so convinced and 100 percent sure this is the plane. There is just countless proof.
“I am willing to go to prison for the rest of my life if this wasn’t the plane. That would never happen because it is.”
The amateur ‘investigator said he measured the distance between each trail and found they were 16.7m apart “no matter what part of the trail you measure”.
He said: “This supports the theory the plane’s engines caused this because the objects that broke through the trees are in a fixed position.”
Mr. Boyer also compared the trails to known measurements of the aircraft.
He said: “The distance between both trails caused by the engines is the exact same distance between a Boeing 777’s engines.
“The size of each breakage trail is the same width as the Trent 800 engines used on the missing Boeing 777.
“The size of the engine is 2.8m just like the lines created.”
Mr. Boyer is confident his latest findings prove his theory and that the location he has identified should be investigated.
The ‘plane-hunter’ said: “The wreckage has measurable pieces the same size as the Boeing 777 including the nose, engine, and fuselage, but the trails left by the engines on approach into the trees prove that this plane that flew into this spot.
“People need to go into the jungle and investigate this area for I am 100 percent sure that is the missing jetliner.
“The government has been looking in the wrong place this whole time for the jet.”
He provided several images representing his findings.
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with 239 passengers and crew on board disappeared from radar screens on March 8, 2014, during a handover from Malaysian to Vietnamese air traffic controllers while on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. After years of extensive searching, the Malaysian government admitted in July 2018 that they did not know what happened to the plane. The investigation team noted in its report that a technical failure had unlikely occurred and that the actions of the two pilots didn’t suggest malicious intent.
Despite two large-scale searches of the seabed off the coast of Western Australia, only scattered pieces of debris have been found washed up on several beaches.