Lost ship found in Bermuda Triangle
This area of the world has left many people both lost and guessing what happened to travelers passing through it. Known as The Bermuda Triangle, a region located in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. Many ships and aircraft over time have mysteriously disappeared here.
This location has attributed to many paranormal type activity speculations. Specifically, extraterrestrial alien entities blamed as the cause of the missing travelers. The area is rather large, according to some it has been defined as being at least 500,000 square miles long. The biggest number believed has reached upwards of 1.5 million square miles in size.
Recently, the Cuban Coast Guard found an unmanned ship heading towards an island. It was believed to be the SS Cotopaxi. It was a steamer boat which vanished back in December of 1925. Since its disappearance, it was been connected to the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. The SS Cotopaxi was first spotted on May 16th, 2016 not far from a restricted military zone west of Havana.
Further exploration eluded to the captain’s logbook being found. It seems that indeed this book pointed to the Clinchfield Navigation Company who originally owned the SS Cotopaxi ship. One Cuban expert named Rodolfo Salvador Cruz mentioned that this logbook is indeed authentic. All of the entries in the book suddenly stop on the date of December 1st, 1925.
Such an incredible amount of time has passed. The ship was heading from South Carolina towards Havana, Cuba. On board were 32 men and Captain W.J. Meyer. Most of their cargo consisted of 2340 tons of coal. After several days this boat went missing and was unheard of until now some 90 years later.