Bermuda Triangle: Ship Reappears 90 Years After Going Missing!


The news this morning from the Cuban Coast Guard- Havana is that they had intercepted an unmanned ship heading for the island. It appeared to be the SS Cotopaxy, the ship that on December 1925 vanished in the location of the Bermuda Triangle.

The ship was firstly seen near a military zone, on May 16. They tried to speak and to get a signal from the crew of the ship, but when there was no feet back, they sent patrol boats to mobilize the ship.

After an investigation, it turned out to be the boat that they suspected, 100 years old and with the name Cotopaxi. The ship that resurfaced was empty, there was no one on it and there is no evidence of whatever happened to the people traveling on that boat. The captain W.J. Meyer commanded this ship with 32 other men, it was carrying a cargo of 2340 tons of coal, and after two days it was reported missing.

Despite the popularity of all these strange theories, most scientists don’t even recognize the existence of the Bermuda Triangle, and blame human mistakes and natural phenomena for the disappearances.

The mysterious reappearance of the SS Cotopaxi has, however, already generated a lot of interest in the scientific community and could push some experts to change their mind on the subject.


However, General Colome says that they are going to conduct further investigation in order to find out what happened to this ship and reveal the mysterious reasons for its disappearance.




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