Malaysia Airlines plane found by Courtney Love, or so she thinks

Malaysia Airlines plane found by Courtney Love, or so she thinks

The Malaysia Airlines plane missing for 10 days now has presented one of the most baffling mysteries in recent memory, leaving intelligence agencies, governments and many of the world’s most skilled airline accident investigators absolutely stumped. But now the mystery has been solved — by Courtney Love.

The eccentric 49-year-old rock star and widow of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, along with more than 600,000 other amateur searchers, took to scanning the waters where the Malaysia Airlines plane is believed to have sent it last signal, using high-resolution satellite images on the site Tomnod.

She took to Twitter early Monday morning to post a photo that she believes reveals the missing plane, under the water, near an oil slick that is presumably jet fuel spilled from the Boeing 777-200.

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