Four people missing after small plane disappears over Bermuda Triangle

Amos Gonzales
May 18, 2017

Ulrich, owns Xootr LLC, which makes scooters and is also the technical director of Radon Sport LLC, which works on race cars, according to his LinkedIn page.

Ms Blumin is the founder and CEO of Skylight Group, which provides event space around New York City, specialising in the fashion industry, WABC reported.

The plane, a smaller MU-2B model, was allegedly carrying its passengers from Puerto Rico to an airport in Titusville, FL (a relatively small town some three hours away from Miami), when Miami's air traffic control team lost contact with the pilot. [Image by U.S. Navy/Handout/Getty Images] Sources indicate that the 40-year-old Jennifer Blumin's design company, Skylight Studios, has been the subject of many news stories since she launched it in 2004.

The National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating the incident.

Ulrich's brother told reporters Ulrich is an "experienced pilot", and ex-wife, actress Rae Dawn Chong, says he's a PhD and mechanical engineer.

The Coast Guard searched between Florida and the Bahamas for the plane yesterday but did not find it.

The pilot's last transmission said the plane was at an altitude of 24,000 feet and going at a speed of 300 knots. Communications were lost on Monday afternoon while the plane was about 59kms east of Eleuthera. The search for the missing aircraft had been concentrated in this area, according to NBC.

"There's no indication of significant adverse weather at the time", said Coast Guard spokesman Lt. Cmdr.

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Mr Ulrich's father told The New York Post through tears, "I'm afraid it's a little hard to talk about it". The master looking up from his piece while the other kids play in the snow.

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, as well as the Royal Bahamas Defense Force, are assisting in the search.

A new theory has emerged that may help explain why planes and ships have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle, though.

Past year it was reported that hexagonal clouds creating terrifying air bombs with winds of 170mph could be behind the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.

The Bermuda Triangle is a region in the west of the North Atlantic Ocean, between Floria, Bermuda and Puerto Rico.

According to another article by Science Alert, strange, hexagonal-shaped clouds that have been seen over the Bermuda Triangle could give an answer.

"These types of hexagonal shapes in the ocean are in essence air bombs", Dr. Cerveny said.

Other reports by BadHub

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