There is a unusual fascination about the Bermuda Triangle that has been quite a curiosity to me. I spend a large amount of my time in the Triangle area and must admit that strange happenings within this area are usually chalked up as a brief anomaly without much fanfare. In putting together the underwater expedition, I have found the media to be equally fascinated by the Triangle phenomena. We had to keep the project under strict confidentiality for fear that we would be inundated by interested spectators while doing our discovery/exploration activities out in the ocean. One elderly gentlemen saw us unloading the side scan sonar at the dock and he thought that we had found a torpedo from a missing enemy submarine (actually the design is quite similar). Following our project, all 20 of our expedition members were sworn to secrecy about our project and I commend them for their discipline over the past few months in not divulging our exciting project. I have been giving interviews all month to various newspapers, magazines, internet, radio and television crews with various major networks. It is amazing how many different ways that the same question regarding our outcome was phrased. Fortunately, I am an old pro at this type of questioning and was able to deflect them to watch the show. The SciFi Channel is promoting this documentary as part of their efforts to promote their Triangle mini-series that premieres on December 5th. The following picture is taken from the SciFi Channel's internet home page and shows a picture of me (right) and NBC News anchor Lester Holt discussing the project while motoring out to our survey site.