Mystery plane full of skeletons

first_imgSiti Kayam told the Daily Mail her 13-year-old son Raik and his friends found the wreckage in dense jungle on Sugbay Island.She told the Mail “Raik went near the body of one of the pilots on the right and he tried to take off the hat but the flesh on the man’s jaw fell off. Like melted.”Aviation blog Plane Talking said it was most likely to be a Flying Tiger Line Lockheed Super Constellation military charter flight that vanished in the Pacific Ocean in 1962.Verified debris from MH370 has been found an ocean away on Reunion Island.“It is not impossible that Tiger Airways 739 came down on Sugbay Island, although it is further west than sightings of fireballs widely believed to have been caused by an explosion on the Super Constellation before it crashed into the ocean,” Ben Sandilands wrote.Siti was so convinced her son had found the missing Malaysian Airlines plane that she travelled 22 hours by boat to Borneo to report it to Malaysian authorities.‘I couldn’t possibly do it in Bangao. They go around with machine guns strapped to their shoulders,’ she told the Mail.Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 last year with 239 people on board, including six Australians.The Boeing 777 lost contact with air traffic control about 40 minutes after take-off, bizarrely veered off course over the South China Sea and then dropped off the radar.The biggest breakthrough in the search came on July 29 when a man on the French island of Reunion found a two-metre long piece of aircraft debris washed up on a beach.The find sparked a 10-day air and sea search around Reunion Island which proved unsuccessful.The debris was flown to France for analysis and on September 4, French authorities confirmed it was a flaperon from MH370.Source: au.news.yahoo.com Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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