74 Years After Flight 19 Mysteriously Disappeared, The Truth Is Out About The Bermuda Triangle

It is December 1945, and a squadron of five bombers are conducting a routine flight over the Atlantic Ocean. Yet even though the mission seems to involve minimal risk, somehow the pilots have become disorientated. Their radio exchanges consequently become heated and confused – and then they drop off altogether. This is the last that anybody ever hears from the group. And the mystery of their disappearance remains unsolved for 70 years – until scientist Karl Kruszelnicki claims to have the answer.

Known as Flight 19, the squadron consisted of five Grumman TBM-type Avenger torpedo bombers. Apparently, their flight that day was supposed to be an unremarkable training exercise. Departing from Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale in Florida, the squadron planned to follow a 354-mile circular flight path, heading east and north before arcing back to base.

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