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Courtney Love spots Malaysian plane, maybe: She shares coordinates of her find

Courtney Love, who knew that she’d end up being the one to crack the mystery of Malaysian Flight 370 wide open? She believes she might know something that no one else does today, and that would be the location of the missing Malaysian Airlines plane.

Courtney Love finds missing Malaysian flight 370, she thinks!
Photo by Cindy Ord

Love, decided with all the people from all the countries across the globe looking for the missing flight, she would jump in and give a hand, according to CNET News on March 18.

She posted her findings on Facebook today along with the coordinates and now she waits to hear of any news. While she does offer that she is not an expert on finding lost planes, after scouring the ocean via satellite pictures she thinks she has something. Love believes she's turned up some very interesting clues. She thinks that she not only has discovered pieces of the plane, but an oil slick to boot.

Love writes:

"I'm no expert but up close this does look like a plane and an oil slick. ... prayers go out to the families #MH370 and its like a mile away Pulau Perak, where they 'last' tracked it 5°39'08.5"N 98°50'38.0"E but what do I know?"

She took part in the Tomnod challenge she reports. This is where she used satellite images to look over the seas to see if she can find an area that has any debris that could lead to finding the plane. You have to admit, with the alien theories, hearing from Courtney Love revealing she's found the plane is just not that strange.

With Love sharing the news that she has done what no one else has been able to do, you might stop and wonder if she could have possibly done this. Stranger things have happened!

There is no word from the search parties on whether they took Love up on her sighting, but they still have the alien abduction theory and the one about the plane piggy backing in on top of another plane to skirt the radar to look into.

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