Has Courtney Love Solved the Missing Malaysian Plane Mystery?

"I'm no expert, but this does look like a plane," stated the singer alongside with posting a picture.

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Courtney Love may have helped solve the missing Malaysian plane mystery, having posted an image and geographical co-ordinates on her Facebook page.

Flight number MH370 has been missing since March 8, with searches for the aircraft having proven fruitless in the days since. The search was recently expanded, but ten days later, there are still no clues as to the fate of the plane or its 239 passengers.

However, Courtney Love may have solved the mystery, posting a photo on Facebook, which she seems to believe shows the location of the missing plane - sadly after crashing in the ocean.

"I'm no expert but up close this does look like a plane and an oil slick," she wrote on Facebook as she shared the image, sourced on Tomnod.com. "Prayers go out to the families #MH370 and its like a mile away Pulau Perak, where they 'last' tracked it 5°39'08.5"N 98°50'38.0"E but what do I know?"

Fans of the star are hoping that her information is accurate, with one commenting underneath: "Swear to god if Courtney Love finds the f--king plane," and over 250 people liking the message, already discussing the CNN coverage of the rocker solving the biggest international mystery of 2014.

In other Courtney Love news, she has also added an addition date to her string of UK tour dates, taking place in May 2014. She will now perform an additional show at Newcastle's Riverside venue on 22 May, 2014. Tickets for the shows are on sale now.

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    Bluesbraker
    Swear to god if Courtney Love finds the f--king plane...
    Nethero
    Your comment made me think this article predicted the future and that this was all an episode of the Twilight Zone.
    Maiden95
    I wouldn't worry to much about that. One reason.. >"I'm no expert but.." >"I'm no expert but....." >"I'm no expert buuuuuttttt....."
    betojmd
    imagine how funny this would be if she was right
    mop10893
    I was thinking the same thing. A bunch of experts can't find a plane but ****ing Courtney Love can.
    masterofpuppies
    To be honest, I'm not sure what the crash investigators were thinking when they didn't ask Courtney right at the start..
    benjixoath
    to be honest even if it turns out just from what courtney love posted they did manage to find the plane the u-g community would STILL find a way to bash her about it
    Vinjar
    I honestly hope she's wrong, or else will never stop hearing about her for the next 30 years (assuming she's not dead by then)
    mop10893
    I hope she's right. No matter who finds it, I just want it to be found.
    leony03
    I highly doubt she was the first person to see this possibility with hundreds, if not thousands of people looking for this plane.
    bit64
    people hope she's right?people hope that the plane crushed and the passengers drowned?Wtf?!
    MaaZeus
    For family members and friends it is better to know for certain than keep on worrying and living in uncertainty, fearing and at the same time keeping up (possibly) false hopes. If the plane is found and passengers are alive that would be great news and everybody wishes for this of course.
    bit64
    Hoping death for personal reasons after only 10 days?That was quick...
    Everlong729
    Do you realize that 10 days is a long ass time to be stuck in the wild/ocean? Aside from the plane most likely crashing and killing many if not all passengers, the odds of someone surviving 10 days after that are very low.
    akira.cortal
    Yeah sure... And Next Time Ted Nugent will find a cure for cancer.
    The Spoon
    Next week on UG: Ted Nugent May Have Cancer Cure Inside the article is a formula for the cure crudely drawn in MS paint.
    Crunge92
    She's just doing this so that when they DO find the plane she can sue them for stealing her idea.
    the_bi99man
    So basically, thousands of people, who have absolutely no idea what they're talking about or looking at, are using some public satellite image service and frantically pointing like morons at anything that looks strange, pretending that they're actually helping, like children in the kitchen handing mom a can of beans when she asks for corn, and it just so happens that Courtney Love is one of them. Yeah, that's front page at this site, for sure.