The Bermuda Triangle is known to be the site of dozens of ships and aircrafts mysteriously disappearing. The Bermuda Triangle has many names and is an area right of Florida, where aircrafts and ships have mysteriously vanished (Bermuda Triangle). The first time the Bermuda Triangle appeared to be a reprinted 1967 National Geographic Society press release: “The name “Bermuda Triangle” first appeared in a 1967 Argosy Magazine article by Vincent Gaddis (Van Riper). Furthermore, the earliest date of strange phenomena is all the way back in 1493, when Christopher Columbus wrote that his compass was acting strangely (Bermuda Triangle). 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.
The ship, however, may have sailed between Philadelphia and Norfolk via an inland channel, cutting a two-day journey to 'just six hours, according to a source. 1947 THE ROSWELL INCIDENT: On July 7, 1947, strange, unidentifiable material was recovered by a rancher outside the city of Roswell, NM. Was it debris from a crashed spaceship or a top-secret military experiment? The debate has waxed and waned for years. In the process, Roswell has become synonymous with all things like UFO and attracts tourists each year.
We are flying way too low. Oh my God we are flying way too low. Oh my god!” It was said at 8:46 A.M.before it crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. On the “United Airlines Flight 175” people tried to revolt against the terrorists but they eventually failed and many got stabbed. “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.
This is just one of the many mysteries that has taken place within the Bermuda Triangle. There are numerous speculations as to why this area of land causes so many accidents. Some say that it is the climate and nature of the ocean, while others say it is involved with paranormal activity. The Bermuda Triangle is outlined in the Atlantic Ocean that covers the areas of Miami, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda, hence the name it was given. As it is also called, the Devil’s Triangle, the total area is roughly about 3,900,000 km2 (“The Bermuda Triangle”).
Airplane Accident Case Study The first fatal fixed-wing airplane accident occurred merely five years after the first recorded controlled airplane flight launched by the Wright brothers in Kitty-Hawk, North Carolina. On September 17, 1908, while riding as a passenger on an airplane built by the Wright brothers, Lieutenant Thomas E. Selfridge became the airplane’s first fatality. Consequently, spurring the first fatal airplane accident investigation (Kingseed, 2001). Unfortunately, this would not be the last airplane accident resulting in fatalities. Between the years 1960-2014 a combined total of over 24,800 fatalities have been recorded in Part 121 air carrier operations and Part 91 general aviation alone (US DOT, 2016a, 2016b).
During the crews 16 days in space, however NASA investigated a foam strike that took place during launch. About 82 seconds after Columbia let the ground, a piece of foam fell from a bipod rap that was part of a structure that attached external tank to the shuttle. Twelve minutes later, when Columbia should have been approaching ta phone call saying the runway, a mission controller received “television network was showing video of a shuttle breaking up in the sky. Managers in NASA limited infestation. Reason being that the crew could not have fixed the problem fix had been confirmed.
The mystery behind the Lindbergh baby kidnapping can be summed up in the theories: it was done by Bruno Hauptmann or Charles Lindbergh helped the kidnapper. Charles Lindbergh was a very famous man, but what happened to his son might’ve just made the family even more popular. Charles A. Lindbergh was the first man to fly across the Atlantic Ocean by himself in 1927. (20th century) He was a very rich and likeable man but on the evening of march 1st 1932, 20 month old charles Lindbergh jr. was taken from the Lindberghs country home in Hopewell New Jersey. (20th century) In place of their baby, charles Lindbergh “and his wife Anne discovered a ransom note demanding $50,000 in their sons empty room.”
Amelia Earhart once said that, “Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace”. However, since her mysterious disappearance in 1937, her story has known anything but peace. After inspiring the world by being the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic, Earhart became a face of the 20th century. On July 2, 1937, Earhart and navigator, Fred Noonan, vanished in their attempt to make a circumnavigational flight around the world. After taking flight from Lae, Papua New Guinea, they failed to locate the small island of Howland and disappeared.
Summary: In March 1988, Avianca flight 410 crashed into the mountains after taking off from a Columbian airport killing all passengers and crew aboard. Upon investigation, it was found that the cause for accident was due to controlled flight into terrain. This was precipitated by poor teamwork and cockpit distractions, including non-flying personnel present in the cockpit. Evaluation: Information was posted on Dec 2009 quite recent so it makes the information and content very current. This book gives quite reliable information about the
She was a very experienced investigator of plane crashes. Funk first tries to put the wreckage of the plane together to understand what caused this horrendous collision. Funk interviews witness while memories are still fresh. She found out that none of the witnesses actually saw the collision happen, they only saw the two planes falling out of the sky. Philip huge a senior investigator, was also assigned to this case, finds out that the Cessna was flown by a student pilot who was under training.