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This ship was found adrift in the Atlantic Ocean in 1872, yet a connection to the Bermuda triangle had been invoked to find an answer to the mystery.

In 1881, the 210 feet long Ellen Austin was going to New York from London when she stumbled upon a derelict near the Bermuda Triangle.

The disappearance of USS Cyclops, one of Navy’s biggest fuel ships, marks the largest loss of life in the history of the US Navy in a single incident.

This ship ran ashore in the notorious Diamond Shoals, North Carolina in 1921, where it was stuck for several days before any rescue team arrived.

On December, 1967, a cabin cruiser named Witchcraft left Miami with her captain Dan Burack and friend, Father Patrick Horgan, and they never returned.