Episode 29- Maritime Mysteries


Tonight Jim is joined by Sam Collier from hauntedauckland.com to discuss maritime mysteries ranging from ghostly canoes in New Zealand to The Devil’s Triangle, and the disappearance of Royal Navy Frogman Buster Crabb.

Originally aired live  18/5/2020 on eastfm.nz

Phantom waka
An artists impression of the phantom Waka (Maori war canoe) spotted 10 days prior to the eruption of Mount Tarawera in 1886 Credit: Paul Fearn
uss cyclops
The USS Cyclops a collier was lost to the Bermuda Triangle in March 1918.
Buster Crabb
Royal Navy Frogman Lionel ‘Buster’ Crabb disappeared mysteriously while on a secret dive to the hull of a Soviet cruiser in dock at Portsmouth in 1956.

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