During these trials, many burdens were put on Odysseus’ crew, which led to all of his crew eventually all being killed before returning to Ithaca. The 2nd instance where Odysseus made a wrong choice that affected his crew is when he didn’t even really trust his crew. So he stayed up for days straight and
While on a voyage Walton’s ship gets stuck where he then get lonely and longs for a friend. Soon after Victor appears and they become friends and share stories with each other. Victor tells him everything and Walton listens. Finally, after Victor dies Walton sees the monster and conversates with him. This is weird because Walton only sees him after Victor dies even though the monster had existed the whole time but was just never seen which doesn’t make sense for the simple fact that throughout the story Victor saw the monster .
Nobody knew, it was a rude awakening. If the terrorist did not blend in officers would be able to arrest them as fast as possible, but before officers do anything they must take as many safety measures as needed. It was all 10,000 gallons of jet fuel ready to destroy America forever. The time is taking its precious little... It is 9:00 AM, American airline #11 crashed in between the 93rd-99th floor of the North Tower.
This theory states that the an electronic fog comes out of nowhere and takes over the ship or plane, which interferes with all the instruments causing them to malfunction making you lose track of where you are going. “This electronic fog can cause the needles on instruments to spin losing your spot.” (Quaser 11) “The fog will come and go, but since the instruments were malfunctioning and you couldn’t distinguish where you were going thus making the pilot or captain to become disoriented.” (Quaser 11) “The fog seizes the aircraft and travels with you through your journey.” (Quaser 11) “You cannot try to move around the fog as it follows you wherever you go.” (Quaser 11) You can detect the understanding in this theory, but there is not that much evidence towards it because the fog would just come and go making this perspective to be poor. While this theory does make some sense, it cannot explain everything that has been happening at the Bermuda
This caused a huge shock to the party, and they all retreated to their rooms to sleep. The next morning, Mrs. Rogers was reported to have died in her sleep. The party starts to freak out until Mr. Rogers claims that a boat comes every morning to deliver more food. This gives everyone hope that someone will come to rescue them; however, nobody came. The judge then starts to give orders to everyone in an attempt to find Mr. Owen, but after exploring the entire island, he is not to be found.
The horrors soon began with D. Mengele drawing blood until they blacked out, and this became an almost everyday occurrence. Dr. Mengele would also pour boiling water down their ears only to freeze it. All of the Ovitz’s survived (The Torture of the Seven Dwarfs of
Shackleton and his crew were doing a expedition when they suddenly got stuck in the ice, they tried for hours to get out by smashing the ice with pixake’s. The ice got tighter and tighter until it finally broke through the boat and crushing it, to where it was no longer of use. The men traveled through sea and land, they even got caught in a hurricane. Nobody from his crew died during this horrifying moment. They came across a island called elephant, they set up camp and shackleton took some men to go find help, the rest of the men were stranded until he returned.
Two brothers were playing with an inflatable ball. The older of the two took the game too far and forcibly propelled the other into the brick lining under the fireplace. Blood and tears rushed his face as the other watched in quiet, scared of the consequences. Although he did not intend to hurt him, he was still responsible for the accident. Similarly, in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, ten people found themselves on an island, each accused of a murder they may, or may not, have committed.
The old man was a sweet, kind old man that was unbothersome in every way…. Except for one thing, his eye. Every night the old man’s roommate would check on his pale blue eye just to bear its wickedness, so the man made up his mind kill the old man and rid him of his eye. The old man sat up with a jerk to spot his roommate’s stare upon him, the madman did not know what to do for he had been discovered so he stabbed the old man and crushed him with the old man’s mattress until the beat of the old heart could no longer be heard. The suspense of the story was created when the cause introduces you to the problem in the story and who wants to get rid of the problem which if made correctly can cause a strong feeling of suspense.
Bull also has followed the same pattern as Victor. First, bull has to have a tragic event. In Bulls case his tragic event was his living situation “Beating the crap out of me yesterday must’ve tired him out. I open the refrigerator and laugh to myself. I don’t know why I ever bother looking in the fridge.
This position that they were put in caused aggression. Soon enough, things went from bad to worse with the relatives ending with dozens of people dead. Turns out, situations like this similarly occurred in many other small villages which all portrayed an assertive heritage. Years later, Dov Cohen and Richard Nisbett directed an experiment on the culture of honor with a rather small group of eighteen to twenty year old men. The two psychologists did various actions to the men to determine what made them angry and at what rate.