I am not an authority on the Bermuda Triangle and have never claimed to be. I find the different theories regarding the mysteries of this region of the Atlantic Ocean to be interesting in a very curious way. Being a scientist, I have always based my initial observations on the physical sciences that I have been trained over the years. There is no doubt that there are things that I can not answer through the physical sciences realm that can not be readily explained. The nature of science is to seek out the unknown and then try to understand all about this unknown.
The documentary that we did for the Sci Fi Channel has received huge viewer ratings. The show was so successful that they have been additionally showing the documentary on MsNBC. Our main reason for doing the underwater discovery/exploration project was to bring closure to the families of the Martin Mariner aircraft. As today marks the 60th anniversary of these lost aircraft, I would like to recognize the 5 missing Naval Avenger aircraft; and most especially, the 13 missing airmen on the Martin Mariner. Please remember these Mariner airmen in your prayers!
Walter George Jeffery, Lt. jg - Pilot
Harrie Grimes Cone, Lt. jg - Co-pilot
Roger Murray Allen, Ensign - Training Co-Pilot
Lloyd Arlin Eliason, Ensign - Co-Pilot
Charles Donald Arceneaux, Ensign
Robert Charles Cameron, radioman 3rd class
Cargill, Wiley Davis Sr. , seaman 1st
James Frederick Jordan, Aviation radioman 3rd class
John Thomas Menendez, Aviation ordnanceman 3rd
Philip Bird Neeman, Seaman 1st
James Frederick Osterheld, Aviation ordnanceman 3rd
Donald Edward Peterson, Aviation machinist’s mate 1st
Alfred Joseph Zywicki, Seaman 1st class