One hundred years ago Wednesday morning, the USS Cyclops, a massive American World War I transport ship hailed as a “floating coal mine,” should have been docked in the waters off Baltimore, fresh off a journey from Brazil.
But the vessel – reported to be the Navy’s biggest and fastest fuel ship at the time – and the 309 men onboard it never pulled into the Chesapeake Bay on March 13, 1918, and its whereabouts to this day remain unknown. (Source Fox News)
I Remote Viewed this ship years ago. It hit a relatively rare phenomena called a “methane burst” or methane pocket. These bursts of gas occasionally erupt from the ocean floor and cause a change in the buoyancy of the water. The Cyclops sank straight to the sea floor somewhere off the coast of Florida. As far as I could tell, it was completely intact.
Spooky to be sure.