Marine Biologists from all over the world gathered in amazement in Plymouth this week to witness this spectacular discovery.
The Bermuda Triangle, for centuries the biggest danger to ships around Bermuda was dragged up in a fisherman's trawler net amongst all the fish. Head trawlerman Tony Scampi takes up the story, 'The lads set the nets the same way each day and as we started to drag the haul back in, we knew it was heavy. Normally that means a bumper haul of fish but this was different. As we pulled the nets up you could clearly see the triangular shape, and on nearer inspection, down one side are the words
Bermuda Triangle 1746, the year it was made. Remarkably, three Spanish sailors, dating from the 1900's were also amongst the catch, still alive and obviously a little shaken. It's a historical landmark for sure, but it's ruined the nets.'
Plymouth Council spokesman Norman Driftwood said of the news 'it's a great catch for the town, we'll keep The Triangle in the Museum. At long last the mystery that has puzzled seafarers for years has been solved. Right here in Plymouth. The 3 lads that were found on board have been offered jobs on Tony's crew, they're obviously good fishermen, so it's great news all round.'