Although there is a lot of speculation concerning what happened to every ship and plane that has vanished, no one knows what actually happened to them. For example, The most well-known disappearance was in 1945. Five plane bombers from Florida disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle while running a training mission. Five days and 930 flyovers there was no sign of the 5 bombers (Netzley 2). The many disappearances of ships and
Ever since, no one knows where D.B Cooper had gone and the F.B.I has found at least 20 suspects in this case. However, this case still remains as one of the biggest aerodynamic hijacking mysteries. One commonly spread theory about D.B Cooper was that he died from falling off a plane. D.B Cooper had never had a lot of experience from parachuting off a plane. Based off of research, professional skydivers say you need at least 6 or 7 goes before surviving the jump D.B Cooper had experienced.
On December 5, 1945, Flight 19 became one of the biggest mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle. This was the nineteenth flight to take off from the Naval Air Station in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The flight was set out to perform a basic training regime over the Atlantic Ocean. During the flight, the pilot’s compass was moving erratically and they could not figure out which direction to go. They were trying to talk to other commanders over their radios, but the connection was slowly fading.
The Bermuda Triangle only existed out of the writer's imagination. The Bermuda Triangle is an area within the points of Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, this region is also known as the devil's triangle. It caught attention when they Cyclops ( a U.S. ship named after a giants in the greek mythology explaining how large the boat was) have sunken in that within that region. Another weird famous incident was flight 19 (a torpedo bombers group wave was sent for practicing and disappeared over the region without sending an SOS signal. ), the pilots were very well trained to avoid incidents and crashes however the us navy never received any sort of information to know what happened.
After taking flight from Lae, Papua New Guinea, they failed to locate the small island of Howland and disappeared. Over the years since, there have been many theories to prove what happened to the aviation pilot, like the most widely known theory that Earhart simply ran out of fuel and crashed in the Pacific
I. Summary Air France flight 447 leaving Rio De Janeiro, Brazil heading to Paris, France plunged into the Atlantic due to pilot error. Inexperienced pilot placed the Airbus A330 aircraft in stall condition and was unable to recover the aircraft prior to crashing in the ocean. Investigations proved that 2 out of the 3-man crew were sleeping when the airplane entered the stall condition. II.
(Schwarzkopf 4) And on March 12 in a cemetery, Codon, who was the families mediator, met with the kidnapper and gave him the $50,000. In return the kidnapper said the baby would be found on a boat close to Martha’s Vineyard Island, but no boat was found. (Lindbergh Case) Furthermore the family was devastated to find Charles Lindbergh jr. dead on may 12, near the Lindberghs home. Evidence shows that the case of his death was by blunt force. (Lindbergh Kidnapping) The tragedy of Charles jr. not only affected the family but it affected the whole
He never once lived in the state of Texas nor owned a ranch there. He only went to Texas to go get his pilot training. And in the movie it said he was apart of the Lafayette Escadrille but in real life he was apart of the 27th Aero Squadron. In the movie he was already in France before the U.S. had entered the war but in real life he went to France
“American Flight 77” took off from Washington at 8:20 A.M. then it crashed into the pentagon at 9:37 A.M. killed 125 people. “United Airlines Flight 93” it is the most famous battle for the control of the plane. The passengers did not gained control of the plane but they successfully make it land in a grass field. Not its original destination, the White
Covering about 500 thousand square miles of ocean from the southeastern point of Miami, Florida, the triangular section was referred to as the Bermuda Triangle or the Devils Triangle. During one of Christopher Columbus’ travels, when he traversed in these waters on his first expedition to the New World, he reportedly say that he saw a great flame of fire (it maybe a meteor) crashed into the sea and that weird light appeared a few weeks later a few distance away from their boat. Erratic compass readings were also written by Columbus during his travels in these waters, well perhaps this is because the Bermuda Triangle is one of the few areas on Earth where the true North and Magnetic North lines up. The disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle didn’t really get the people’s attention until the 20th century. One instance that bewildered lots of people is when a tragedy occurred on March 1918 where the USS Cyclops sank somewhere between Chesapeake Bay and Barbados.