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Malaysian airlines flight 370 is still missing.. There was hubbub about people with stolen passports. We know this now: One man with a stolen passport on the missing plane was seeking asylum.. he was an Iranian teenager trying to migrate to Germany and does not have terror links..

The HORROR REPORT reported on this matter yesterday in a story but it's worth re-linking up this morning.. There are claims that the cell phones of passengers from Flight 370 are still working and ringing. No one is answering.. Apparently the phones being called by a handful of relatives of the LOST are still on a network.. the phantom phone calls are a mystery but adding to the heartbreak and misery of the families trying to figure out what emotion they should have..

But it's not just the passengers.. According to the Singapore STRAIT TIMES, cell phones of the crew members are ringing, too! According to reports, that information has been turned over to Chinese authorities. And I am sure the Chinese government will be up front and honest with their answers... (Into the vault, never to be heard again) .. At some point, will anyone actually perform a global positioning test on these numbers and get a location..?

There are other reports that some family members have even seen the smartphones ONLINE through the Chinese networking site 'QQ'.. 

There are two possibilities: The plane is missing and somewhere deep in the ocean. (It happened to Egypt Air)  But logically, some elements of a plane will always float. Nothing can be hidden forever..And remember, a black box will ping for 30 days.. a beacon transponder will give a signal of a crashed plane. But none of these things are happening?

Instead, families are hearing the cell phones of loved ones ring in some sort of chilling Hollywood horror movie?

Something seems very odd about this story. So little adds up at this point..

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