The USS Cyclops was a Proteus-Class collier built for the US Navy years before World War I. It disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle some time during World War I. The Germans were suspected of sinking it since it was lost during the war, but they denied any knowledge of its existence back then, so what sunk this ship remains an unsolved mystery up to today (probably).
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I dont think theres any suspicious with the bermuda triangle. Statistics show that its a normal percentage of ships and planes sinking in the region as anywere else. Its a very trafficated part of the ocean
Yes, but there exists this thing called "air bombs", a natural phenomenon exclusive to the Bermuda Triangle, and other areas of the ocean, like the Devil's Triangle. Another thing was that the ship's wreck was never found. It simply was lost at sea, presumably at the Bermuda Triangle, while it was on its way to Baltimore, Maryland. It's wreck was never found and was officially proclaimed lost, with all its crew members proclaimed dead decades ago. The Germans denied of any knowledge of it, and no one else had any evidence of its sinking, making the cause of its sinking unknown.