Nearly two years since it disappeared without a trace, a new piece of the infamous missing flight MH370 may have been found on the shore of Mozambique.
The debris is believed to have come from a Boeing 777 and there are reportedly no other such jets of that type which could account for the find.
If confirmed, it would be the second piece of MH370 to be discovered so far after debris (pictured above) was found last July about 1,300 miles away at Reunion Island.
Thought to be a stabilizer from the tail of the plane, the debris is currently en route to Malaysia to be studied by officials behind the search.
A rare modern mystery which briefly tantalized the world, flight MH370 disappeared while flying to Beijing on March 8, 2014.
The frenzied and oftentimes confounding search for the missing plane proved to be a captivating story which, much like the flight itself, faded from public consciousness as it became clear that all hope was lost.
Nonetheless, a myriad of independent researchers, aviation experts, and search officials continue to look for signs of the missing plane.
And, of course, MH370 has proven to be a boon for conspiracy theorists who see any number of potential narratives emerging from the event, most popular being that it was somehow stolen by the US government.
Unfortunately, the new debris is not expected to yield many clues to the ultimate mysteries behind MH370, specifically how and why it disappeared.
With that in mind, it's hard not to think that perhaps this unexpected piece of the plane turning up almost on the anniversary of its disappearance is a ghostly reminder from 'the other side' that MH370 that it is still somewhere out there.
Coast Insiders looking to learn more about Flight MH370 should check out Richard Belzer's 3/10/2015 appearance on the program to discuss Someone is Hiding Something, the book he co-authored with George Noory about the case.