‘There’s no smoking gun here,’ a Bermuda Triangle investigator claims, asserting that the X on a map does not exist.

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‘There’s no smoking gun here,’ a Bermuda Triangle investigator claims, asserting that the X on a map does not exist.

‘There’s no smoking gun here,’ a Bermuda Triangle investigator claims, asserting that the X on a map does not exist.

According to a BERMUDA TRIANGLE investigator looking for Flight 19, the evidence that would put an X on a map “doesn’t exist” and there is “no smoking gun here.”

The Bermuda Triangle is a location off the east coast of the United States where a number of mysterious disappearances have occurred. In the North Atlantic Ocean, its waters stretch from Florida to Bermuda and down to Puerto Rico. Despite its size of 500,000 square miles, the Triangle is not marked on government maps. Since the region has claimed the lives of around 50 ships and 20 planes over the last two centuries, the legend of the Triangle has grown.

Many of the wrecks were never discovered, and their whereabouts are still unknown.

The 76-year-old disappearance of US Navy bombing mission Flight 19, together with its 14-man crew, in the Triangle is one such instance.

The disappearance of Flight 19 in the months following World War II’s end in 1945 has perplexed scientists.

Last year, however, additional efforts were made to discover the missing airliner and its crew members’ bodies.

The captain of the RV Petrel research vessel, Rob Kraft, assembled a team to track down Flight 19.

Laurence Fishburne’s ‘History’s Greatest Mysteries’ aired a new season about their hunt.

The actor and director hosts and executive produces the series for the History Channel in the United States.

In the documentary, Mr Kraft discusses how difficult it will be for his staff to identify Flight 19.

He claims, “This is the largest search project we’ve ever conducted.”

“In this situation, the truth is that there is no smoking gun.” There isn’t a shred of proof that can be used to draw an X on a map and declare, “They’re here.” It simply doesn’t exist.

“You have to put yourself in these men’s shoes and try to understand what they were going through in 1945.”

Trip 19 vanished on December 5, 1945, during what should have been a normal flight.

The five planes on the voyage flew east from a military air base in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Hens and Chickens Shoals, a location on the edges of the Triangle known as Hens and Chickens Shoals.

They finished their bombing runs before heading north for the next leg of the mission.

The squadron, on the other hand, were disoriented as a result of the bad weather. “Summary of Brinkwire News.”

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