Marine biologist, diver Mike Barnett, and his team managed to find the wreckage of an aircraft from the Second World War. Presumably, this may be one of the missing boards of “Flight 19.”
We are talking about an incident when five American military aircraft, known as” Flight 19,” flew into the Bermuda Triangle zone and disappeared from radar screens.
“At first, we saw only a pile of twisted metal on the seabed. It could be anything — for example, garbage left over from a sunken ship,” the scientist explained.
His words were published on the YouTube page of History TV channel, which produces a documentary film dedicated to the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.
According to Barnett, divers also found a screw near the wreckage. Further study of the crash site helped determine that the metal parts belong to a combat aircraft of the 40s of the last century.
The material published on the History channel does not specify whether scientists really managed to find one of the missing planes of Flight 19. However, as the authors of the program emphasize, new details can lead to a solution to the disaster that occurred in the Bermuda Triangle.
In December 1945, five torpedo bombers of the U.S. Navy “Avenger” as part of a flight under the command of Lieutenant Charles Taylor took off from an airbase in Florida during a training flight and disappeared without a trace.
A few hours later, communication with the search and rescue aircraft sent to help the “Avengers” was lost. It is believed that the pilots were caught in the infamous Bermuda Triangle. The details of the tragic death of 27 men remain unknown even after 75 years.