VBS Plane Disappears Over Pacific Ocean (Fictional Story)
PACIFIC OCEAN (AP) – A Boeing 747 mysteriously vanished over the Pacific Ocean en route to Hawaii. The plane was carrying 243 children, 11 children’s ministry volunteers and a children’s pastor.
The plane left Los Angeles at 9:27a.m. Thursday on Delta flight 1702. Approximately three hours later the passenger plane disappeared. The Lead Pastor from the church reported that the group was going on a mission trip to Molokai, Hawaii. “This was a mission trip and VBS combined,” said Pastor Crumpton. “Our entire church is praying that they will be back by Sunday.” Pastor Crumpton went on to say if passengers were found he was promising to treat the Children’s Pastor better in the future and increase the Children’s Ministry budget by 50%.
Officials say the plane vanished from radar shortly after a distress signal went out. One official said the pilot was overheard saying, “Calvin, what are you doing? Get back in your seat.” Then all communications went silent.
Well-known Pacific Ocean resident, Louie, claims he doesn’t know anything about the incident. He mumbled something about hoping those kids don’t end up on Crazy Island with that Full Motion Gorilla that runs around over there. Officials are puzzled by Louie’s disturbing comments.
The U.S. Coast Guard has begun search and rescue operations covering 1600 square miles but have yet to find any clues leading to the VBS airplane.
There is no word on why the plane went down and the cause of the disappearance is under investigation.
The above news report is a fictional account in association with Crazy Island VBS.