Flight 19: The first Bermuda Triangle mystery – but what really happened?

Flight 19, a group of Navy torpedo bombers, became one of the first missing flights to be blamed by the Bermuda Triangle.

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The five planes left Fort Lauderdale in Florida on 5 December 1945 for a routine training exercise.

However, they all went missing with the 14 crew members onboard being lost over the Atlantic.

Their three-hour flight plan was to take them to Grand Bahama Island before heading back to base.

But what really happened to all of the men onboard?

The mystery became one of the first cases to be blamed on the Bermuda Triangle, due to the lack of wreckage found.

This is in spite of two search planes immediately heading out to find them, with one of them also going missing.

Over 300 boats and planes were sent out the next day to look for the missing planes but found nothing in the 300,000 square miles.

Navy Lieutenant David White later spoke out about the search: “We had hundreds of planes out looking, and we searched over land and water for days, and nobody ever found the bodies or any debris.”

A radio transmission at the time, according to History.com, found that Lieutenant Charles C. Taylor, the leader of the flight and an experienced captain, had reported getting lost in the sea.

Over the radio, he stated: “Both my compasses are out and I’m trying to find Ft. Lauderdale, Florida,” despite him having just passed the Bahamas.

The Bermuda Triangle is often blamed for a compass malfunctioning.

In 1964, Vincent Gaddis, writing for fiction magazine Argosy, was the first to establish the boundaries of the Bermuda Triangle.

His article dubbed “The Deadly Bermuda Triangle” wrote that it was the reason behind Flight 19.

Despite the conspiracy theories behind it, in 1991 the discovery of five planes being found in the sea appeared to have debunked the mystery.

Sadly, the planes didn’t match the lost five jets and their wreckages are still lost.

The common reason given for the planes crashing is that they ran out of fuel and crashed into the ocean.

Scientist Dr Karl Kruszelnicki told news.com.au of his own theory: “Flight19’s leader Lieutenant Charles Taylor was told to go west but instead chose to continue flying east.

“He arrived with a hangover, flew off without a watch, and had a history of getting lost and ditching his plane twice before.

“The plane that went to rescue then went missing was seen to blow up.”

Whilst many no longer believe in the Bermuda Triangle mystery, could there be a second Bermuda Triangle in Asia?

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