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What Really Happened to MH370? The Witness Stories.

This theoretical MH370 flight path model is based solely on ear and eye witness reports that were reported by various witnesses who believe they saw. or heard MH370. on the night March 8th, 2014. After studying these witness reports for the last year I have become convinced there must be some truth to the story these witnesses are telling us.

The Location of MH370 - A Reverse Drift Study Based On Debris Found

The following is a reverse drift study performed on all debris pieces found thus far in Africa which either are confirmed or believed to be from MH370. The objective of this study is to try to define the most common general area with the highest probability of being the point of origin of where all these debris pieces may have originated from in the Indian Ocean. This study ignores all other data and only uses the drift data from the drift tool (www.adrift.org.au) to determine all possible origin points of all the debris pieces based on their respective locations and estimated drift times at Sea.

Was the disappearance of MH370 a CIA false flag operation?

Two Amercian ex-Navy Seals, who worked for the security company Trident Security, assigned to guard the ship Maersk Alabama and it's cargo from pirates, Jeffrey Reynolds and Mark Kennedy, were found dead in a cabin onboard the ship on February 18th, 2014.  Both men were reported to have died of respiratory failure and possible heart attacks. A local pathologist concluded that Mr. Reynolds’s and Mr. Kennedy’s heart failures “had been as a result of a combination of heroin and alcohol consumption,” the police said in a statement.

The problem with this story is that both men, according to friends and familiy, were health nuts, and were never known to take hard drugs such as heroin. Friends, neighbours, and family of both men were completely shocked to find out this news about their demise and were in disbelief when the news was annouced.

Possible MH370 debris sighting in SIO

Figure 1: Estimated Impact Zone.

I believe the plane that crashed in the Southern Indian Ocean (SIO), which is believed to be MH370,  glided "under active control" up to 125nm further South of 7th arc making this search zone consistant with imagery data of debris and Dr. Bobby Ulich's 7th arc endpoints and analysis.

My response to the Inmarsat "garbage" question

 This statement, sent to me by Mike Exner, a satellite industry expert,  via Twitter, asks those who believe that the 00:19:27 BTO value is garbage to provide evidence that it is bad.  Here is my response to this question and the reasoning behind my belief.

 

 

Possible MH370 debris sighting off coast of Sumatra

​Here are some photos of possible photographic evidence of wreckage of MH370 off the coast of Sumatra.

 

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