USS Cyclops The loss of the ship and 306 crew and passengers without a trace within the area known as the Bermuda some time after 4 March 1918 remains the single largest loss of life in U. Naval history not directly involving combat.
USS Cyclops (1910-1918). Photographed by the New York Navy Yard, probably while anchored in the Hudson River, NY, on 3 October 1911. Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels Collection. Photographed through Mylar sleeve. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. Also at NHHC and the National Archives as 19-N-13451.
The Cyclops is Never Seen Again: On March 4th of 1918, the USS Cyclops departs from the island of Barbados to cross the Bermuda Triangle to land in Baltimore... it never makes it. The crew and all 306 passengers disappear and are never seen again. The Cyclops literally winked out of existence. #babettebombshell #hauntedhotel #unsolvedmysteries #paranormal #thebermudatriangle #theusscyclops #xfiles