Mysterious sounds heard in the Bermuda triangle
March 17, 2015 Leave a comment
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On January 16, 2015, merchant seamen aboard a cargo vessel were nearly deafened by a very loud sound that seemed to come out of no where.
“I don’t know what the hell it was, it scared the hell out of all of us.” Seaman John Swurley told us. “We were on deck checking to make sure the rigging hadn’t slipped out of place from a storm we went through the night before when all of a sudden this sound, like a roar started up. It got louder and louder until we were all holding our ears.”
“It reminded me of a big animal roaring, like a Lion or something, but it was coming from everywhere. The sky, the sea. Everywhere all at once.” Seaman Frank Kelly explained.
The National Reporter – How long did this sound last?
“It started up and got louder and louder then it faded away. I guess it lasted about a full minute.”
“Yeah,..I would say about a minute. It was loud as all hell then it just passed by and disappeared.” John Swurley added.
The National Reporter – Could it have been another ship or an airplane?
“No. absolutely not.”Frank Kelly said. “There was nothing around, there were no other ships or planes flying by. We were all alone out there and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, so it wasn’t thunder.”
The National Reporter – Have you reported this to your employer?
“They told us to keep our mouths shut about it and the government threatened us.” He said.
“The media acted like we were carrying Ebola when we went into their offices. They didn’t want to have anything to do with us or the story.”
The National Reporter – Well, you have The National Reporter on your side.
We here at The National Reporter are not afraid to tell the truth.
The government doesn’t scare us, we can assure of that.
“Yes, The National Reporter has always been a very reliable source of information.” Frank Kelly said.
“That’s right, unlike the sleazy tabloids who make up fantastic story’s just so they can sell advertising space to greedy corporations, The National Reporter can always be depended on for bringing the truth to the public.” John Swurley said.
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