On Friday evening, an airplane, flight MH370 was reported missing about two hours after take off. Three days later, the flight is yet to be seen or reported for. There is no evidence of debris, no evidence of any sort of altercation, and no sign of communication. An oil slick was spotted in the Gulf of Thailand which was believed to be evidence of the fate of the MH370, but to no avail.
With such a bizarre and inexplicable disappearance, there have now been thoughts that perhaps a UFO may have played a role in this twist of fate. As outlandish and whimsical as the thought may be, the idea isn’t totally out of the loop. In 1978, Australian pilot Frederick Valentich’s 182L Cessna aircraft went missing over the Bass Strait in Australia. The conversation between Valentich and Melbourne flight service was lost at 7:12 PM. There was no trace of the aircraft found even to this day. Two weeks into the investigation and they were still unable to find the cause of the disappearance. What is most mysterious about this happening is that Valentich reported a “long” object that was said to have “four bright, and it seems to me like landing lights…”. To feed more fuel to the fire, that very night several eye witness accounts of a UFO sighting coincide with Valentich’s description of the particular aircraft that was hovering around his plane at the time of his disappearance.
MH370 very well could be fine and well for all we know. It could also have met it’s demise, unfortunately. I can not say one way or the other if extraterrestrial beings had any role to play in the disappearance of flight MH370. But at this point with no other evidence proving, otherwise, perhaps we shouldn’t rule the theory out.