The Bermuda Triangle is where compasses play tricks, where ships and planes vanish without a trace. It’s where stories seem to emerge straight out of a science fiction novel. 

But amongst the myriad tales that shroud this region, none is as perplexing and debated as the Flight 19 disappearance.

In December 1945, a routine naval training exercise turned into one of aviation’s greatest unsolved mysteries. Five TBM Avenger torpedo bombers, collectively known as Flight 19, departed from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with a simple plan and an experienced crew. 

Yet, mere hours later, they would be lost forever, swallowed by the vast expanse of the ocean. They left behind baffling radio transmissions and a trail of unanswered questions.