The Cuban Coast Guard declared that they had caught an unmanned ship heading for the island, which is dared to be the SS Cotopaxi, a tramp steamer which vanished in December 1925 and has since been associated with the legend of the Bermuda Triangle.
The Cuban experts detected the ship surprisingly on May 16th, close to a limited military zone, west of Havana. They made numerous unsuccessful endeavors to speak with the team, lastly activated three watch water crafts to capture it.
When they achieved it, they were amazed to find that the ship was really about 100-year old steamer distinguished as the Cotopaxi, a name broadly connected with the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. There was nobody on board and the ship appeared to have been surrendered for a considerable length of time, proposing this could really be the tramp tanker that vanished in 1925.
A comprehensive hunt of the ship prompted to the disclosure of the skipper’s logbook. It was, without a doubt, related with the Clinchfield Navigation Company, the proprietors of the SS Cotopaxi, yet has not conveyed any intimation concerning what happened to the ship throughout the past 90 years.
The Vice President of Council of Ministers, General Abelardo Colome, declared that the Cuban experts would lead an exhaustive examination to explain the puzzle of the ship’s vanishing and return.
The Bermuda Triangle is an approximately characterized locale covering the zone between Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, where many ships and planes have vanished under strange conditions. Mainstream culture has ascribed a hefty portion of the vanishings to paranormal and otherworldly marvels or to the movement of extraterrestrial creatures.
The secretive return of the SS Cotopaxi has, be that as it may, as of now created a considerable measure of enthusiasm for established researchers and could push a few specialists to alter their opinion regarding the matter.