Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Wreckage Found With Bullet Holes?


In yet another sensational twist to what has now become the greatest mystery of the aviation history, an Australian mechanical engineer has claimed to have located the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 which went missing on March 8, 2014. Flight MH370, flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers on board, had vanished off radars.

Australian mechanical engineer Peter McMahon, who claims to be a crash investigator, has said that he has located MH370 wreckage close to Round Island just north of Mauritius. The 64-year-old claims to have worked on crash investigations for over 25 years and said he has searched through NASA, Google Maps since MH370’s mysterious disappearance.

Adding to his sensational claim of tracking down MH370 in an area which was not included in the search area marked by international teams, McMahon said the wreckage appears to be have several bullet holes. McMahon said he had event sent his findings to the Australian Transport and Safety Bureau, which confirmed it could be the missing craft, The Sun reported.

Last year, an American amateur investigator, Blaine Gibson, handed other possible MH370 debris to Australian officials, saying several pieces were blackened by flames, raising the prospect of a flash fire on board.

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