It is mysteries of the seas night on Science Channel! Tonight’s Shipwreck Secrets exclusive explores a mystery wreck on the network and we have an exclusive preview of all the action with host and explorer Michael Barnette.
Science Channel Sunday nights are all about the mysteries of the oceans around the Bermuda Triangle and beyond. Shipwrecks and vanished into thin air vessels are what this Sunday night block of programming is all about.
In our exclusive clip, the narrator explains the mysterious origins of a ghost ship that should not be there but it is an uncharted unclaimed mystery freighter laying in the shallow waters of the Bermuda Triangle.
The voice-over narration explains that close to the infamous Bermuda Triangle lie the remains of a mysterious vessel that has been baffling maritime experts for almost two decades.
What other maritime mysteries are explored on Shipwreck Secrets?
The SS Justicia — A British ship sunk during World War I, torpedoed by a submarine near Malin’s Head, Ireland.
The Ghost Ships of Chuuk Lagoon — In 1944, American forces launched an attack on Japan’s primary World War II base in the South Pacific, and over a two-day bombardment, more than 60 Japanese Imperial Vessels ended up on the floor of the lagoon, partly in retribution for Pearl Harbor.
And the Lake Serpent — A 200-year-old schooner lies at the bottom of Lake Erie, which was an integral part of the North American trade route through the Great Lakes.
Our exclusive preview of Shipwreck Secrets
Watch as the mystery of the freighter is introduced and the team researches the details of who was on this ship and whose vessel it was.
Shipwreck Secrets airs Sundays at 8/7c on the Science Channel.
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