Posted by AADIVER on February 12, 2005 at 15:34:36:
In the Dan Carlock article:
"There was a stiff current, and it required a hard swim to get underneath the main platform."
Does this mean Ray anchored SUN DIVER down current, requiring all the divers to swim against the current to reach the platform? If so, why didn't the "grifter" fin back to the boat with the current? "...Carlock could just make out the silhouette of the Sundiver through the fog."
Quoting the article:
"Minutes into his dive, at about 30 feet, Dan Carlock felt pressure start to build in his ears." Minutes to get to 30 feet? Pressure didn't build until then? I DON'T THINK SO, Ms. Chelsea J. Carter who wrote the article.
Anything else bogus about the author's account of the event?
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