Bermuda Triangle shipwreck discovered nearly 100 years after it vanished
A ship long believed to have vanished in the Bermuda Triangle in 1925 appears to have been found elsewhere.
The vessel disappeared without a trace of wreckage after leaving Charleston, South Carolina in 1925, carrying a cargo of coal and a crew of 32.
The ship was bound for Havana, Cuba, and vanished near the area known as the Bermuda Triangle.
According to the upcoming episode of the Science Channel's new show Shipwreck Secrets, an ocean explorer has concluded that the SS Cotopaxi sank off the north Florida coast.