We find a boat and sail towards Europe. Right when we arrive, we get kidnapped by the European government. We were held captive for twenty four hours until we find some solid rocks that we use to break free. We find ourselves on a ship, “LET’S LOOK FOR MY SISTER” Taylor says to me with the most frightened voice I’ve ever heard. We search and search but we find nothing.
978-1138). After the trials ended in 1692, Abigail fled Salem, realizing that the people were finally catching onto her lies. She completely disappeared, leaving not a single trace behind. Her last recorded testimony was on June 3, 1692. Since then, her name and entire existence disappeared from all history and records.
Then the bombs just kept on coming and 1,777 soldiers went down with the USS Arizona, which resulted with the bombing ending just 2 hours after the first hit. After that, for the next 2 weeks people were going into the ship in scuba gear trying to get some of the people out, they decided to give up with at least 900 people left. There were between 318 and 355 known survivors. People didn’t even think about the USS Arizona until the 1950 annual flag raise. People wanted to build a monument to honor the soldiers.
The Bermuda Triangle, also referred to as the Devil?s Triangle is one of the biggest mysteries of our time. It is a section of the Atlantic Ocean which is known as a strange sea where a number of ships and planes have disappeared under mysterious circumstances, and which extends from Florida to the islands of Bermuda to Puerto Rico and then back to the east coast of Florida. Many stories and famous ships are connected to this Triangle legend and many authors wrote about the strange accidents in that region. In despite of the unexplained and paranormal incidents, there is still speculation as to what might have happened before long time. Some authors wrote about the reasons behind the disappearance about these ships and planes.
With the constant attacks and no rest, the group decided to try and and sail to Pánuco instead of foraging on. The overland journey was nearly impossible, and so even with little food or supplies, they constructed barges using materials they found. They melted metal for nails, made sails out of clothing, wove horsehair into ropes, and used horsehide to contain water. By September 1528, five, roughly-made boats had been constructed. For two months, the barges floated along the Gulf Coast until they
Two days after their journey on Tuesday, April 4, 1865, Lee’s army finally makes it to Amelia Court House, but little do the know, there was no food and Grant and his army were “racing to block Lee’s path” (35). The only other option is a walk “to the city of Danville” (44). That same day, Lincoln had found out that the city of Richmond was wiped away by the city’s own people. When Lincoln arrived to the city of Richmond, the slaves that had escaped flocked to him and viewed him as the hero although he had “never fought in battle” (40). Although he had not fought in the battle, they cheered for his arrival and was happy to see him in their town, where they never thought he would show
Fearing another coup, the English attacked and killed the Roanoke leaders, ending the very alliance that sustained them (Morgan). Less than two weeks later, Sir Francis Drake arrived with more men and new supplies. When one of his supply ships was lost at sea, Roanoke’s leaders decided to pack up and head home (Quin, 1955, as cited in Morgan). The next attempt to actually colonize the island resulted in mysterious vanishing of settlers. England would not gain a permanent colony in the New World until 1607, when Jamestown was founded in
This painting was a result from an event, which had taken place three years prior to the completion of the painting. In this event, a merchant vessel got trapped into a storm in the North coast of Africa. As soon as the ship began sinking, the captain ordered the carpenter onboard to build a raft as a result of the lack of life boats for all the people on the vessel. The captain promissed to tow the raft but when after a while it was not possible, he cut the rope and fled to save himself and his crew. As a result, only 15 survived from 150, who were rescued after ten days.
They have luxury rooms upstairs while we rot down here. But soon it will all be over, I’ll be in America, The Land of Dreams. Finally they dock the boats. There’s no windows down here, so I can’t see the ocean or the dream land. They haven’t let us upstairs since we got on the boat.
Mikeina H. Yang Moosman IB English SL March 2018 The Tempest Summary It begins with a shipwreck, leaving the passengers stranded on an island. As Prospero is controlling the storm, Miranda starts to freak out as she saw the ship in the storm and thought that many sailors have died. Prospero ensures that the storm did not actually kill anyone and the ship is still intact while hidden away in a secret harbor. Miranda asks her father, Prospero, why he decided to strand these people here at the island. Prospero finds out that he was once himself the Duke of Milan, and Miranda was basically a princess.
In the same line the Carroll A. Deering was another ghost ship from the Bermuda triangle and resulted in creating one of the biggest Maritimes mysteries since then. The ship, while returning from the Brazil to the Portland in January 1921 was found abundant as well as derelict in the diamond shoals in the North so California. Is this case again the crew member and the captain of the ship were missing? Like in many previous cases they vanished forever and never showed up again. The Marine Sulphur Queen, it was a 524 foot carrier of the sulphur in molten form and had started the sail on the Feb. of 1963 from the port of Beaumont in Texas carrying about 39 crew members.
Samuel Bellamy died on April 26,1717 His fleet was hit by an intense storm, completely capsizing and destroying his ship, the Whydah. Two men survived this tragedy, one disappeared in history, while the other, Thomas Davis, lived on to pass down the hard account of the shipwreck to Cape Cod
Every ship in England joined in the war which meant John White couldn’t get back to Roanoke at the time. White hired two small vessels to sail to Roanoke but his attempt to return failed when the captains of the ship tried to capture Spanish ships. Instead of them capturing the Spanish they got captured. The continuing war made John White unable to return to Roanoke. After three years he could finally get the supplies to Roanoke.
These men were mysteriously missing on the night of June 11, 1962, escaping Alcatraz. Frank Morris and the Anglin brothers died trying to escape Alcatraz in the San Francisco Bay. A reason how Frank Morris and the Anglin brothers died is because they were never found again. It states, “After the night of June 11, 1962, they were never seen or heard from again.” This demonstrates that they were undiscovered and dead because nobody ever heard or seen them after that night. Also it states, “There have been many sightings; nothing has been proved.” This proves that they are dead.
At this time all women and children stayed behind in Roanoke. When the men sailed back to Roanoke from the war they realized everything was once again gone, their families along with their belongings were no longer there. After the second failure Roanoke was nicknamed the lost colony, even though it was a settlement and not a colony. The second failure is unknown and has been a mystery that is yet to be discovered. There are conspiracy theories that are told about what caused Roanoke to fail.