Last spring, the world became obsessed with finding out what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370). In early March of 2015, MH370 was in the middle of a routine trip between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Beijing, China. A few hours into the flight, the aircraft suddenly disappeared from radar and ground control personnel lost contact with the crew.
Despite an extensive international search effort, it has yet to be found. That is, perhaps, until now. New evidence from one UFO researcher suggests that the remains of MH370 might be floating somewhere off the coast of South Africa.
Scott Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, was using Google Earth to search for UFO evidence when he discovered the following silhouette of an airplane off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa.
While the image is far from being concrete proof, this find suspiciously coincides with the discovery of airplane debris off the eastern coast of Africa between Mozambique and Madagascar.
If these are parts of the plane, then it would indicate that the flight deviated even further off course than investigators originally suspected.
Recently recovered bits of debris are on their way to Australia for testing and analysis. Australia is currently heading up the search for MH370.
(via The Daily Star)
Sadly, most of this “evidence” probably comes from the human mind’s tendency to make associations that aren’t really there. That being said, it would be nice to provide closure to the families of those who were lost on the doomed flight. Let’s just hope that someone tracks down this plane soon.