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Ship goes missing in the Bermuda Triangle

By T.K. Randall
January 13, 2021 · Comment icon 28 comments



Has the Bermuda Triangle claimed more victims ? Image Credit: CC BY-SA 4.0 Brocken Inaglory
A ship carrying 20 passengers has disappeared without a trace despite an extensive search and rescue effort.
There are few mysteries as enduring and as well known as the Bermuda Triangle - an expanse of ocean in the North Atlantic that spans the area between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico.

Over the years the region has become synonymous with the unexplained disappearances of ships and airplanes - often with no trace of them or their crews ever being found.

Now the same thing has happened again and everyone on-board is still missing.

The vessel, which left Bimini in the Bahamas on December 28th on a trip to Lake Worth, Florida, was reported missing after it failed to turn up at its destination, prompting a major coastguard search.
After covering a whopping 17,000 square miles over a period of 84 hours however, rescuers were forced to suspend their search having found no sign of the missing vessel.

"Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the missing people," said Capt. Stephen V. Burdian of the Seventh District.

"I encourage anyone with information about the people aboard to contact us as soon as possible."

As things stand, the whereabouts of the boat and its crew continue to remain a total mystery.

Source: Tampabay.com | Comments (28)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #19 Posted by InconceivableThoughts 2 years ago
I went to grade school in Mt. Dora raised in sorrento. Alot of my family lives in eustis.  Crazy.
Comment icon #20 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
My condolences When did you leave fl?
Comment icon #21 Posted by InconceivableThoughts 2 years ago
When I was 14 . Moved to Alabama  of all places. Know of any Reynolds or Catoe's?
Comment icon #22 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
I cant imagine Alabama is all that big a change, ive only been there a few hours over the years, So you didnt make itto highschool before your move, Im 56 and my extent of people i know from mt dora and the area would date back to late 80s early 90s ( i was still in orlando then ) when a friend married a girl from mt dora but oddly i cant recall her maiden last name,    
Comment icon #23 Posted by aztek 2 years ago
what is the boats origin of departure??
Comment icon #24 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
   
Comment icon #25 Posted by cookemeister 2 years ago
so really the title of the article Shoud be Boat goes missing at Sea.. end of story
Comment icon #26 Posted by InconceivableThoughts 2 years ago
Oh no it's a vast difference. People act like northerners in Florida and in Alabama it's all dip chew and camouflage. 
Comment icon #27 Posted by RoofGardener 2 years ago
Twenty people in THAT boat ?  It would have been VERY low in the water, and probably just swamped and sank. 
Comment icon #28 Posted by InconceivableThoughts 2 years ago
Nothing to add


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