NASA Imagery Casts More Doubt on Women Who Claim They Were Lost at Sea

By Gabrielle Okun. NASA imagery casts more doubt on the story of two women who claimed they were lost at sea for five months before being heroically rescued last week.

Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava’s story grows more suspicious due to NASA imagery showing weather inconsistencies with their tale, reported The Associated Press. The women claim they were lost at sea after a huge storm with 30-foot waves and hurricane-like winds occured the night they took off.

The images do not show any severe weather when they set sail in Hawaii. (Read more from “NASA Imagery Casts More Doubt on Women Who Claim They Were Lost at Sea” HERE)

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Inconsistencies Cast Doubt on Hawaiian Women’s Tale of Sea Survival

A growing list of inconsistencies is casting doubt on the harrowing tale of survival by two Hawaii women who say they were lost at sea for months.

The U.S. Coast Guard says the women never activated their emergency beacon. The sailors tell The Associated Press that they chose not to use the beacon because they never felt they were in imminent danger . . .

Key elements of the women’s account are contradicted by weather reports and basic geography of the Pacific Ocean. (Read more from “Inconsistencies Cast Doubt on Hawaiian Women’s Tale of Sea Survival” HERE)

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