Multiple giant craters on the floor of the Barents Sea is believed by scientists to be the reason behind the mysterious disappearance of more than 8,000 people in the Bermuda Triangle. A famous angler is now seeking to unravel the mystery of disappearing swimmers in the Bahamas.
Jeremy Wade, the angler, is on a hunt for a sea
monster which, according to Caribbean legend, is as ferocious as
a shark and has the grip of an octopus. Called Lusca, the creature
allegedly could slurp people from the surface of blue holes
surrounding the Bahamas.
Wade, who shares his adventure with TV viewers in an episode of
Animal Planet’s "River
Monsters" which airs on May 5 at 10 pm, says that based on
his investigation, the creature is possibly a giant octopus.
The Lusca is a sea monster described as half shark, half dragon,
half octopus or an evil spirit depending on who tells you.It lives
in the blue
holes off an island in the Bahamas and grows to over 75 ft
(23 metres) .
On January 18, 2011, the body of what appeared to be a giant
octopus washed ashore in the Bahamas. Reports suggested the remains
were not complete and only a portion of the head and mouth parts of
the creature were there. Locals said the creature would have been 20
or 30 feet when alive.Witnesses claim they have seen boats
suddenly being pulled below the waves above the Blue holes. The
wreckage of the vessels raises to the surface with no sign of the
So kraken ,giant octopus or a natural phenomena caused by the blue
holes? Lets hope Mr Wade returns to tell us.
Steve Feltham - The Film
1 hour ago