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Courtney Love Thinks She May Have Found Missing Malaysian Plane

Hole frontwoman posts theory on Flight 370

Courtney Love
March 17, 2014 4:15 PM ET

As the world continues to be puzzled and enthralled by the location and disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Courtney Love has weighed in with her theory of what happened to the plane that went missing on March 8th.

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Using Tomnod, the online satellite imagery map website set up to crowdsource info on the plane's location, Love posted an image on her Facebook page of a body of water with the words "Oil" and "Plane" crudely drawn in Microsoft Paint with respective arrows drawn on the image. 

"I'm no expert but up close this does look like a plane and an oil slick," wrote Love. "Prayers go out to the families #MH370 and its [sic] 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?"

 

Love's search for the plane may be interrupted by a few other events in her life. Last month, the singer was sued by psychiatrist Edwin Ratush, who claims the former Hole frontwoman owes him $48,250 in back payment since 2010. The suit did not specify the reason for the claim, but notes that the "nature of this action is Breach of Contract, Account Stated, Money Due and Owing, and Unjust Enrichment." The widow of Kurt Cobain also said she'll attend Nirvana's April 10th induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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