Gone

The Mystery of The Missing Plane

Introduction

On March 8th, a Malaysian Plane, Flight 370, was on its way to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. However, the flight was classified as a criminal case on March 15th when communications were disabled and the plane went missing. 227 passengers and 12 crew members were on board the plane during its disappearance. Many people have joined together in trying to find where the plane went. It is believed to have fallen in the Southern Indian Ocean.

New Discoveries

Hope

An Australian Navy Ship recently detected new underwater signal sounds that may have been from the missing plane. Investigators hope the signals could be locator beacons from the plane's data recorders. The Navy received visual indications, as well. The beacons are designed to begin sending signals when a plane crashes into water. Although many people believe that there are no survivors from the plane, there is a small sense of hope from the passengers' families for closure and miracles.

Southern Indian Ocean

14 planes and 14 ships are searching the Indian Ocean for clues of the plane. However, many people are losing hope because no new sounds were heard from the beacon. April 8th marked day 31 since the disappearance. Many are doubting survivors, but many are searching for a miracle.