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inside the article from Snopes it says the original article was false, and that is fine by me.http://snopes.com/ the story is a surreal episode of what is expected to happen one day, if it has not already.
They say the story was mislead and not accurate, how ever it was used in this post to represent the possibilities of what is expected to be a long time cover up of the United States military, as far as the missing planes and ships that were missing at sea.
The origination article was stated below, and went as followed.
The Cuban authorities spotted the ship SS Cotopaxi for the first time on May 16, near a restricted military zone, west of Havana. They made many unsuccessful attempts to communicate with the crew, and finally mobilized three patrol boats to intercept it. It was what they found to be astonishing.
What they found was a nearly 100 year old steamer, that went missing decades ago.The ship was a nearly 100-year old steamer identified as the Cotopaxi.A name famously associated with the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. There was no one on board and the ship seemed to have been abandoned for decades, suggesting that this could actually be the tramp freighter that disappeared in 1925.
I know there is always been a mystery or two about missing plains, boats that had gone missing inside the waters called the Bermuda Triangle, but to to the date I have never heard about any sort of ship, boat or plane coming back? The story intrigued me as I read more
According to the logbooks and said story, almost a known legend the freighter,On 29 November 1925, the SS Cotopaxi departed Charleston, South Carolina, and headed towards Havana, Cuba. The ship had a crew of 32 men, under the command of Captain W. J. Meyer, and was carrying a cargo of 2,340 tons of coal. It was reported missing two days later, and was unheard of for almost 90 years.
The Vice President of Council of Ministers, General Abelardo Colomé, announced that the Cuban authorities were going to conduct a thorough investigation to elucidate the mystery of the ship’s disappearance and reappearance.
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. According to the US Navy, the triangle does not exist, and the name is not recognized by the US Board on Geographic Names. Popular culture has attributed various disappearances to theparanormal or activity by extraterrestrial beings. Documented evidence indicates that a significant percentage of the incidents were spurious, inaccurately reported, or embellished by later authors. In a 2013 study, the World Wide Fund for Nature identified the world’s 10 most dangerous waters for shipping, but the Bermuda Triangle was not among them.
From 1908 to 1917, there were reported to be more then 108 missing persons all involved inside disappearances , believed to be from the Bermuda Triangle. These were just sea incidents not including air or others.
- Bermuda Triangle incidents.
- 1908, January 22 BALTIMORE – A bark that disappeared east of Hampton Roads, Virginia with 9 persons
- 1908, January 27 GEORGE R. VREELAND – A schooner that disappeared east of Hampton Roads, Virginia with 7 persons.
- 1909, September 18 GEORGE TAULANE JR. – A schooner that vanished off the coast of Georgia with 7 persons.
- 1909, November 14 SPRAY – A 30 something foot vessel owned and sailed by Joshua Slocum. A world famous sailor and the first man to sail around the world in a small boat. He is the author of the book “Sailing Alone Around the World”
- 1909, December 16 MARTHA S. BEMENT – A schooner disappeared east of Jacksonville, Florida with 7 persons
- 1909, December 18 MAGGIE S. HART – A schooner disappeared east of Jacksonville, Florida with 8 persons
- 1909, December 23 AUBURN – A schooner disappeared east of Jacksonville, Florida with 9 persons
- 1909, December 25 ANNA R. BISHOP – A schooner disappeared east of Jacksonville, Florida with 7 persons
- 1910, March 15 U.S.S. NINA – US Navy Steam Tug Boat. The first steamship on record to vanish in the triangle
- 1910, March 26 CHARLES W. PARKER – A steamship that disappeared east of the southern Jersey coast with 17 persons.
- 1913, December 17 GEORGE A. LAWRY – A schooner, disappeared east of Jacksonville Florida with 6 persons on board.
- 1914, January 29 BENJAMINE F. POOLE – A schooner disappeared east of Wilmington North Carolina.
- 1914, February 27 FITZ J. BABSON – A schooner disappeared east of Jacksonville Florida with 7 persons.
- 1915, April 10 BERTHA L. BASKER – A freighter that disappeared while en route from New York to St. Martin.
- 1915, April 20 MAUDE B. KRUM – A schooner that disappeared east of St. Andrews Florida with 7 persons
- 1916, November 3 BROWN BROTHERS, or BROWN BROS. – A bark that disappeared east of Savannah Georgia with 12 persons on board.
- 1917, March 6 TIMANDRA – A freighter that vanished east of Norfolk Virginia with 19 persons on board
- Missing ships, freighters and incidents have continued also from 1918 until the years 2001.
- 1969, MARCH 23 BEECHCRAFT AIRPLANE – Lost with Dr. James Horton and Dr. Charles Griggs. A twin engine airplane lost en route from Kingston to Nassau.
- 1969, June 7 CESSNA 172 AIRPLANE – Lost with Miss Cascio and Mr. Rosen onboard. The pilot can not see land while flying over it, but the plane is observed from the ground.
- 1969, July TEIGNMOUTH ELECTRON – A 41 foot trimaran skipperd by Donald Crowhurst, found abandoned in mid atlantic.No trace of Crowhurst was ever found.
- 1969, July 2 VAGABOND – Found abandoned by the GOLAR FROST in the mid atlantic
- 1969, July 4 UNIDENTIFIED ABANDONED 35 FOOT YACHT – Sighted by the COTOPAXI
- 1969, July 8 ABANDONED CRAFT – 36 Foot upturned hull found by HELISOMA between the Azores and Portugal
- 1969, September LIGHT TWIN ENGINE PLANE – Mr. and Mrs. Hector Guzman are listed on board.
- 1969, November 2 SOUTHERN CROSS – Yacht discovered abandoned 10 miles N.E. of Cape May, New Jersey.
- 1971, July 26 LIGHT PLANE – Two couples vanish while flying Cub airplane from Curacao to Barbados
- 1971, September 10 F-4 PHANTOM FIGHTER PLANE – Disappears off radar
- 1971, October 12 EL CARIBE – A 338 foot motor ship
- 1971, October 20 SUPER CONSTELLATION AIRPLANE – With a cargo of frozen beef
- 1971, October 26 LUCKY EDUR – A 25 foot fishing yacht found abandoned off of the Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
- 1971, December 25 IXTAPA – A 53 foot cabin cruiser
- 1972, February 2 V. A. FOGG – A 572 foot tanker that sank in the Gulf of Mexico with a cargo of Benzene and Xylene. Debris and the ship are found. It is rumored that all the bodies had disappeared from the wreck but there is photographic proof of human remains in the wheelhouse.
- 1972, June 19 8 FOOT DINGHY – Two teenagers disappear from Fort Lauderdale beach
- 1973, March, 23DEFIANCE – Yacht, 88′
- 1973, APRIL, 7 ROBERT STONE – Boat, 14′ In the Gulf of Mexico
- 1973, MAY, 17 ALFRED WILLIS – Boat, 21′ Found abandoned three miles from Wildwood Crest, in Delaware Bay
- 1973, DECEMBER, 20 SEA BOY II – Yacht, 56′
- 1974, MARCH, AFTER THE 10TH SABA BANK – Yacht
- 1976, October 13/15 SYLVIA L. OSSA – A 590 foot ore carrier disappeared approximately 140 miles west of Bermuda with a crew of 37
- 1991, August 28 AMERICAN AIRLINES INC AIRBUS – Makes emergency landing due to turbulence
- 1993, March 13 CHARLEY’S CRAB, CHARLES MUER – Restaurateur Charles Muer, his wife Betty and friends George and Lynn Drummey disappear between the Bahamas and Florida on the Muer’s 40 foot ketch Charley’s Crab in 30 foot seas with 70 mph winds in what is later referred to as “the storm of the century”. No trace of victims or wreckage was recovered.
- 1994, November 28 AMERICAN AIRLINES INC AIRBUS A300 – Battered by clear air turbulence over Martinique
- 1995, March 20/24 JAMANIC K – A motor vessel (mv) of 357 gross tons, lost in route from Cape Haitian to Miami
- 1995, June 25 CONTINENTAL AIRLINES INC FLIGHT 207 – Flight encounters clear air turbulence
- 1996, October, 14 INTREPID – A 65 foot yacht missing thirty miles off Fort Pierce, Florida after issuing a quick MAYDAY
- 1996, January 17 AMERICAN AIRLINES INC AIRBUS A300 – Hit by heavy turbulence over the Bahamas
- 1999, April 15 MISS FERNANDINA – An 85 foot shrimp trawler lost off Flagler Beach, Florida
- 1999, April 23 GENESIS – A motor vessel (mv) of 196 gross tons that disappeared in route from Port of Spain, Trinidad to St. Vincent
- 1999, June 14 CESSNA 210 – Drops off radar from Freeport to Nassau
- 1999, July 8 CONTINENTAL AIRLINES BOEING 737-800 – Forced to make emergency landing in Bermuda due to turbulence
- 2001, March 26 COMAIR FLIGHT 5054 – Ice damage on the flight from Nassau to Orlando, Florida
- The Bermuda Triangle is an area of mostly open ocean located between Bermuda, Miami, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico. The unexplained disappearances of hundreds of ships and airplanes in this area has made the Bermuda Triangle one of the world’s most notorious unsolved mysteries.According to Bermuda-Triangle.org, around 129 planes have disappeared over the waters in the Bermuda Triangle between 1945 and 2008. After 2008, documented cases of unexplained aircraft disappearances in the area simply seem to stop, which deepens the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle even more. Detailed information about aircraft disappearances that occurred during World War II and shortly afterward can be found from numerous sources, as these events have become legendary in the unexplained and paranormal world.
- Story of Frank and Romina Leonel.
- June 18, 2003 – Frank and Romina Leone left Boynton Beach Inlet, Florida in their 16-foot boat for a day excursion. They and their boat were never found. The couple was fondly remembered in a June 24, 2003,SunSentinel article that reports Romina was looking forward to her first fishing trip on the boat with her husband, Frank. The Leones launched their boat on a Wednesday afternoon and when the young couple failed to show up at each of their jobs in West Palm Beach in the next couple of days, coworkers, friends and family feared the worst. The Coast Guard launched a rescue mission early Friday morning, which covered over 35,700 square miles from Miami to Savannah, Georgia before it was called off around 6 pm the following Monday.
- All though the stories have added to many and the legends set forth, there until recently has been but only one story told about a returning ship, some 90 years later. One can only wonder, as to what is the Bermuda Triangle exactly?
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