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  • Welcome to Top10Archive! It’s common to hear that flying is a much safer method of

  • travel than driving, but there’s an eeriness that comes with the thought of just vanishing

  • entirely without a trace. Whether lost to the Deep Blue or some other nefarious reason,

  • these plane disappearances are among the most mysterious to have happened, leaving behind

  • only questions about their perilous end. 10. Ben Charles Padilla

  • On May 25, 2003, flight mechanic Ben Charles Padilla and trainee John Mikel Mutantu boarded

  • a Boeing 747 they had been repairing in Luanda. The untrained Padilla, licensed only to fly

  • private liners, and Mutantu, stole the aircraft from Aerospace Sales and Leasing, taking off

  • in a southwesterly direction with their lights off and transponder inactive. The pair, and

  • the 747, disappeared completely despite a worldwide search carried out by the FBI and

  • CIA, who had deemed the aircraft a flying bomb due to 5,000-gallons of fuel carried

  • aboard. Was there something dubious behind the disappearance or did Padilla’s lack

  • of training get the best of them? 9. Upali Wijewardene

  • The tale of this Sri Lankan entrepreneur led a fulfilling 44-year-long life, having dipped

  • his feet into the print media industry and horse racing while upholding chairmanship

  • of the diverse Upali Group. All of that came to a tragic end when, on February 13th, 1983,

  • Upali vanished during a flight en route to Colombo. His private Learjet 35A, piloted

  • by Noel Anandaooa, stayed on the radar for only 15 minutes after take-off before dropping

  • off completely. Upali would never be seen again, nor would there ever be any sign of

  • the 35A or the additional 4 people on the plane with him.

  • 8. Glenn Miller Glenn Miller received lasting fame as a big

  • band musician and composer, but his life was cut short on December 15th, 1944, during a

  • flight from the United Kingdom to Paris. While flying over the English Channel, the UC-64

  • Norseman that carried Miller disappeared. While the popular theory points to a frozen

  • fuel intake causing the crash, speculation of an accidental hit from a bombing mission

  • returning from Germany still remains. Additional theories, as fantastical as they sound, claim

  • Miller survived the trip, but was found dead in a Paris brothel or succumbed in a plot

  • to overthrow Hitler. 7. Frederick Valentich

  • October 21st, 1978. 21-year-old Frederick Valentich disappeared during a training flight

  • in a Cessna 182L over the Bass Strait in Australia. While it’s rather widely believed that the

  • young pilot’s disappearance was really an unfortunate crash, a series of strange transmissions

  • from Valentich play to a far more intriguing theoryExtraterrestrials. Mid-flight,

  • Valentich started to talk about another aircraft that seemed to beplaying some sort of

  • gameand mysterious lights. Valentich described the craft as being long in shape and very

  • fast, attributes common in many UFO sightings. The question remains whether Valentich’s

  • lack of experience and fascination for UFOs distracted him into an untimely death or if

  • there is more behind the young pilot’s disappearance? 6. Ian Mackintosh

  • It was only a year after his British television series, The Sandbaggers, hit the air when

  • Ian Mackintosh found himself no longer able to fulfill his roles. What got in his way,

  • exactly? While on a July 1979 leisure flight over the Gulf of Alaska with two other passengers,

  • Mackintosh sent out a distress signal and was never heard from again. The U.S. Coast

  • Guard, which picked up the signal, searched the last known position and surrounding areas,

  • coming up with no evidence of what happened to the plane and crew. After Mackintosh’s

  • death, The Sandbaggers was discontinued and rumors were stirred up that Mackintosh was

  • a former operative of the Secret Intelligence Service.

  • 5. BSAA Star Tiger Was the BSAA Star Tiger another victim of

  • the legendary Bermuda Triangle, or did the aircraft simply succumb to fuel loss? The

  • flight took off on January 29th, 1948 from Santa Maria bound to Bermuda, trailing an

  • Avro Lancastrian that was meant to warn of weather conditions ahead. Heavy rain and wind

  • blew the aircraft off course and, at approximately 10 hours into the flight, the Star Tiger’s

  • navigator drew a new course for Bermuda that flew the craft directly into a gale. The last

  • communication from the Star Tiger, requesting a radio bearing, came on January 30th at 3:17

  • AM. Over 800 hours of searching produced no evidence as to what happened to the Star Tiger.

  • 4. BSAA Star Ariel Like its sister flight near exactly a year

  • prior, the BSAA Star Ariel was in flight around the Bermuda area after taking off from Kindley

  • Field, Bermuda en route to Kingston. The flight departed at 8:41am on January 17th, 1949 and

  • reported clear visibility with no issues. At 9:42am, the Star Ariel made its last transmission,

  • again indicating no issues with the flight. Search efforts followed the flight path and

  • came back with no evidence of debris or oil slicks that would indicated a crash. The final

  • report regarding the vanishing craft was inconclusive and many peg the loss of the Star Ariel as

  • yet another addition to the long, mysterious history of the Bermuda Triangle.

  • 3. Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan Amelia Earhart and co-navigator Fred Noonan

  • sought to make an impressive journey, circumnavigating the world in a Lockhead Model 10 Electra.

  • After a failed first attempt, Earhart and Noonan were ready to continue their journey.

  • The pair made it about 22,000 miles into their trek and their next destination was Howland

  • Island. Upon approach, there were complications with communicating with the USCGC Itasca,

  • which was tasked with guiding their arrival. On July 2nd, 1937, the airwaves fell silent

  • and the pair were never heard from again. Theories from Japanese capture to landing

  • on an uninhabited island, to running out of fuel have all been linked to Earhart’s vanishing,

  • but with no physical evidence, the world may never know.

  • 2. PBM Mariner and Flight 19 The mysterious loss of five bombers, designated

  • as Flight 19, are among many attributed to the mystique of the Bermuda Triangle. Five

  • aircraft departed from a Naval Air Base in Florida for routine training, making it about

  • an hour and a half into the flight before things went awry. Radio chatter indicated

  • they were unsure of their location, with several malfunctioning compasses offering no aid.

  • Four hours into the flight and two hours prior to when it was believed they would run out

  • of fuel, radio communications ceased. No sign of Flight 19 was ever found, and stranger

  • still was the disappearance of a PBM Mariner involved in the search and rescue.

  • 1. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 On March 8th, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight

  • 370 and its 239 passengers and crew vanished without a trace, sending the world into a

  • spiral of conspiracy theories, questionable official reports, and fears of terrorism.

  • Of the more popular theories as to the flight’s fate include physical or electronic hijacking

  • by North Korea, the United States, or even crew member and captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah,

  • who was said to be experiencing personal turmoil in his life. Other theorists claim the flight

  • was shot down by the United States, who feared a repeat incident of September 11th. Ultimately,

  • the truth behind Flight 370 may never be known, further allowing people to speculate paranormal

  • involvement, such as alien abduction or interdimensional travel.

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