Top 5 Most Mysterious Bermuda Triangle Disappearances. These mysterious disappearances all took place in the Bermuda triangle. Rumors and Mystery always surround the Bermuda Triangle, no surprise if you realize how weird these cases are.
5. Flight DC-3, 1948
On December 28, 1948 a Douglas Dakota DC-3 airplane took off from Puerto Rico, heading for Miami, Florida. When it was 50 miles from the airport, the flight sent out its final radio call to indicate its position. After that, the flight was never seen or heard from again. It had 26 people on board, and became the first Douglas Dakota aircraft to go missing in the Florida Keys. Since then, there have been two more cases, all of them around the same location in the string of islands just south of Florida.
4. Flight 441, 1954
Flight 441 was a huge US Military owned carrier aircraft. On the day it disappeared, it was flying 42 passengers, all naval officers and their families, overseas. It was only 400 miles from the coast inside the Bermuda Triangle when it simply vanished, becoming one of the largest mysteries of the infamous spot to date. The plane's cargo contained life rafts which would have floated on water if the plane broke apart on landing and would have been easily traceable…
3. Witchcraft, 1967
The coast guard got a call from Burrack, the owner of the Witchcraft, a 23-foot luxury cabin cruiser, saying his boat hit something. It wasn't an emergency, they just required towing. They were not even a mile offshore. He also said that he would fire a flare to identify his position. The coast guard arrived at the location within 20 minutes but the ship was nowhere to be found and no flare was to be seen. A 1,200 square mile search was issued but nothing was ever found…
2. Trislander, 2008
On December 15, 2008 a British-Norman Islander took off from Santiago for New York with 12 people on board. Only 35 minutes after takeoff the airplane ascended and went off the radar. A massive search operation was launched by the US Coast Guard but the airplane and its occupants were never seen again…
1. Flight 19
Flight 19 was the title given to five TBM Avenger Torpedo Bombers that disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle on December 5 1945, during a training flight. All 14 men on the flight disappeared without a trace. During the search, a Martin Mariner Flying Boat also disappeared over the water and was never found. Flight 19 is one of the most well-known Bermuda Triangle incidents and is the focus of the science fiction movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind…