Missing plane MH370 ‘spotted in Cambodian jungle on Google Maps’, claims amateur investigator

The missing passenger plane MH370 appears to have been spotted on Google Maps in the darkest part of the Cambodian jungle.

The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 disappeared on March 8, 2014, near Phuket Island in the Strait of Malacca.

The plane lost contact within 39 minutes of taking off from Kuala Lumpur Airport, bound for Beijing.

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There were 239 passengers on board, and it was feared that it was heading in the wrong direction towards Australia.

However, UK-based technology expert Ian Wilson claimed that the plane is in fact located deep in the Cambodian jungle.

The plane was spotted on Google Maps(photo: google)

Although he did not publish the exact details of the place, although he posted a picture of him, he said: “I was there (Google Earth), a few hours here, and a few hours there.

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