Wednesday, 26 March 2014
Letter to Flight MH370
17 The Crest
27 March 2014
Dear Flight MH370
On the 8th of March, you disappeared causing the most puzzling mystery in the history of Aviation. You could be full of people, very scared and wanting to get to a safe place instead of staying in the plane.
The flight from Kuala Lumpur was thought to be a normal flight, but quite the opposite. Apparently during the flight route you changed direction, it is a mystery why. Relatives of your passengers must be exhausted, deep in depression, not knowing where you are. The anger and torn souls has defeated humans around the globe, salty tears pouring out of their lifeless eyes.
In my opinion, someone wanted to commit suicide and then blew you up. Sadly, if that happened everybody on board would die. The explosive must have been hidden somewhere. Where would the explosive have been hidden? Somewhere around the cabin could be possible, But anywhere in the plane is also possible. Of course, it could've been a small explosive - like a grenade - or something destructive - like a keg of dynamite. As well as killing many people, a explosion could have disabled everything e.g the communications, the steering thing they use.
Many theories have been offered about your disappearance, but one of them I strongly believe that if we search closely in that specific area, we might have the key to your mystery that has shocked the world. Has your pilot driven you into the middle of the Indian Ocean? Evidence has been found in the house of your co-pilot that he was using a flight simulator to practise landing planes like yourself. Is that true? Were your pilots reliable, qualified etc, etc? All passengers on you have sadly passed from this nightmare that has pulled us in to start researching, tuning into the news and more. How deep are you in the Indian Ocean? Personally, I think that your debris is buried in the bottom of the vast ocean, scattered across the sea bed. Now that you have been found, will the pilot's reason be revealed? Will we ever find out if the pilot committed suicide, killing all the passengers as well? The world is stunned by this disaster.
In conclusion, the world is looking for answers. Where has your black box gone? It holds the answer to this mystery. Your people are gone, is that the case of the black box? Debris has covered the ocean, which makes it harder to find your black box. 26 countries are working together, searching for you. Where have you gone?
Thinking of you with love and affection,
Isaac D Year 4 and Charlotte T Year 5