It has been more than nine years since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, a Boeing 777 carrying 239 people, vanished from the radar during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. Despite extensive search efforts and investigations, the fate of the plane and its passengers remains a mystery.
Was Missing Flight MH370 Abducted by Three Alien UFO Ships?
Some conspiracy theorists believe that the plane was abducted by aliens, and they point to some videos that allegedly show three unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) surrounding the plane shortly before it disappeared.
The videos, which surfaced online in 2014, claim to show footage captured by a UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), and a spy satellite. The eerie video shows MH370 flight being approached by three white orbs that fly around it in a specific pattern causing it to vanish.
The videos have different angles and sources, one from satellite NROL-22, one from a drone following the plane, and another from an undetermined source. The videos have been viewed millions of times on social media platforms such as TikTok, Reddit, and YouTube, and have sparked heated debates among users.
Why Some Experts Think the Video of MH370 Surrounded by Three UAP Orbs is Fake
Some experts have dismissed the videos as fakes, arguing that they are either computer-generated or edited from other sources. For instance, fact checkers at FRANCE 24’s Observers team in March 2021 investigated the film, and claimed that the original footage was linked to a video from May 2014 that made no mention of MH370, only “Airliner and UFOs”.
However, some conspiracy theorists have challenged these debunking attempts, claiming that they are part of a cover-up by the authorities or the mainstream media. They argue that the fact that there are multiple angles, and sources of the same video could be proof that it was real, and that the discrepancies in the dates and details could be data manipulation.
The official investigation into the MH370 disappearance has not conclusively determined what happened to the plane or where it crashed. The most widely accepted theory is that the plane deviated from its planned route, and flew south over the Indian Ocean until it ran out of fuel and plunged into the water.
However, only a few pieces of debris have been recovered from the ocean floor or washed ashore on nearby islands. The search for the plane was officially suspended in 2018 after failing to locate any significant wreckage or black boxes.
The mystery of MH370 has fueled many speculations and conspiracy theories over the years, ranging from hijacking, to terrorism, to suicide, to mechanical failure. The alien abduction theory is one of the most outlandish and controversial ones, but it also reflects the enduring fascination and frustration with one of the world’s biggest aviation mysteries.