In yet another startling revelation surrounding the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian Airline passenger jet, investigators have reportedly found that mobile phones of some of the passengers were still ringing when called.
After sea crash and terrorism theory, dozens of other conspiracy theories have been talked about online with some relating the mysterious disappearance to that of the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's triangle, where 11 incidents of mysterious disappearances of ships and planes have been witnessed.
According to the Daily Star, as many as 19 families have come forward to tell investigators that the mobile phones of those on board were still ringing, giving hope to the survival of those on the ill-fated MH370.
The families have asked the authorities to try to track the GPS to where the stranded passengers might be.
However, this would dismiss other suggestions that the plane headed for a sea crash with electronics likely to have been destroyed or even if it has crash landed with the impact surely destroying devices.
Meanwhile, another revelation has arrived about a pilot flying in front of MH370, who said that he heard 'mumbling' from the cockpit of the plane and that the last time he heard from the aircraft there was a 'lot of interference.'
The Flight MH370 disappeared an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur enroute to Beijing and had been carrying 239 passengers.