Thursday, January 10, 2013

Triangular Theories

What actually happens in the Bermuda triangle?

Case File:

The Bermuda triangle stretches across the Atlantic ocean, from Miami Florida, to Bermuda, to San Juan Puerto Rico.  It is not on American maps and is sailed and flown daily with no disturbance.
One of the first disappearance was on December, 5, 1945.  Flight 19 was a training mission of 5 US Navy TBM bombers.  They Disappeared with no trace, the flight leader was heard saying: "We are entering white water, nothing seems right. We don't know where we are, the water is green, no white."
Officials aboard the Navy board of inquiry stated that the planes "flew off to mars".

Another mysterious incident was the SS V.A. Fogg, it exploded and then sank near Texas, so it was not in the Bermuda triangle at all.  You may have heard that "the bodies vanished" this is not true, the coast guard found several bodies including the captain in his room with a coffee cup in hand.

A man named David Kusche, stated that there is no proof that the Bermuda triangle is real, or fake.

The USS. Cyclops vanished on march 4th, 1918, under the command of lieutenant commander G.W. Worley.  309 people were on board and all vanished.  It was the largest loss of life in the history of the Navy not related to combat.  The ships "Proteus" and "Nereus" were lost as well, they were all carrying heavy loads of metallic ore.

Carrol A. Deering was a vessel built in 1919 and was found abandoned hard on ground at diamond shoals near Cape Hatteras, NC on January 31, 1921.  Theories on this matter include that it may have been the victim of piracy.

The SS. Hewitt disappeared around the same time as the Deering.  Hours later an unknown steamer sailed near a lightship along the trail of the Deering.  The unknown steamer ignored all signals from the lightship.  Was the Hewitt the strange ship? Was the Hewitt involved in the Deering disappearance? We may never know.

What are your theories?