The Bermuda Triangle is one of the most dangerous oceans of Earth. But if there is even death dead? In the Pacific, maybe. Why is the biggest ship in the world suddenly lost by all hands? What happened to the plane disappeared without a clue? What mortal force sent sailors to their earthquake? It was truly a frightening experience for those who were in the process. The strongest navy in the world knows the dangers. When you stop respecting him and fear, it’s when things go wrong.
Join the search to discover the deadliest mystery of the Pacific Ocean, a mission that leads us through, and deep into the green cemetery called The Devil’s Sea.
On 8 September 1980, carrying 150,000 tons of iron ore, Derbyshire was 230 miles from the east coast of Okinawa. Derbyshire is a gigantic ship, three feet longer than football, twice as big as the Titanic, only four years old. From the root to the strict, its design is the state of the art. Someone needs to feel safe when they get back on the boat. But some, like the sailors Peter Lambert, did not.
Reluctantly, Peter signed another trip to earn enough money to get married. He was 19 years old. But her marriage will never happen. On 9 September, Derbyshire and the entire crew disappeared. It is the largest British ship ever lost at sea, and no one can explain why. How can this immense ship by experienced sailors simply disappear, without painful appeal, and leave no trace? Can she be the victim of one of the longest and most frightening mysteries of the Pacific?
Southern Japan is a large empty ocean area. Since the 1940s, the number of giant ships has disappeared mysteriously in these ruthless waters. Many of them lost without ever sending an SOS, not paying attention to their fate. But these waters have claimed victims for centuries. A long time ago, Japanese sailors gave the area a refined name, Mano Umi, The Devil’s Sea. Japanese myths about the unknown forces overwhelmed the most powerful ships, and the great sea monsters threatened the sailors.
Today, the legend of sea monsters may have faded, but Japanese fishermen are still afraid of the devil’s sea, even though its wealth attracts them to their lives. The sea of the devil is also a sea of abundance. Fish always gather here. These waters are very different from other places. The waves change quickly and unpredictably. So, if you relax on a boat in these places, you will be in trouble. Encouraged by the constant reports of mysterious disappearances, some have sought models that can solve the mystery of The Devil’s Sea.
Watch Beyond the Bermuda Triangle: The Devil’s Sea documentary film